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Minister’s Media Diaries…

Media Diaries for the week beginning September 4th, 2000 for: Paul Swain - Lianne Dalziel – Michael Cullen (Attending APEC) – Jim Sutton - Pete Hodgson – Trevor Mallard

Hon Paul Swain

Minister of Commerce, Minister of Communications, Minister for Information technology, Minister for Land Information, Minister of Statistics, Associate Minister of Energy, Associate Minister of Justice

Monday 4 September


Tuesday 5 September

Formal Opening of ECANZ (Electrical Contractors Assn of NZ) new national head office

Wednesday 6 September


Thursday 7 September

Consultus Political Breakfast

Friday 8 September


Saturday 9 September


Diary for Hon Lianne Dalziel

Week ending 9 September 2000

Monday, 4 September 2000: Associate Minister of Education, Speech to Waikato Adult and Community Education Association for Adult Learners' Week

Tuesday, 5 September 2000: Associate Minister of Education, Speech to New Zealand National Commission for UNESCO and the National Resource Centre for Adult Education and Community Learning. Launch of the UN Week for Adult Learners.

Wednesday, 6 September 2000: Associate Minister of Education, Speech to New Zealand Special Schools Principals Association annual conference.

Thursday, 7 September 2000, Associate Minister of Education, Speech to Manukau Literacy Summit on the Literacy Gap, Literacy for Economic Development and Enterprise.

Thursday, 7 September 2000, Associate Minister of Education, Speech and awards presentation to Waitakere Adult and Community Education Association on Literacy for Adult Learners' Week.

Friday, 8 September 2000: Associate Minister of Education, awards presentation as part of Adult Learners' Week.

Saturday, 9 September 2000, Minister for Senior Citizens, Speech to Government Superannuitants' Association of New Zealand annual conference on Government superannuation.

Hon Dr Michael Cullen

Treasurer, Minister of Finance, Minister for Accident Insurance, Minister of Revenue, Leader of the House Cullen's diary - September 4 to 12


Apec media briefing, 3.30 pm, 7.4 The Beehive.


FEC Select Committee, IRD issues, 11 am, G006, Parliament.

Parliamentary luncheon for British delegation from the CPA.

Attend Manufacturers Federation Board presentation to Labour caucus.


Flies to Singapore.



Speech to breakfast meeting with members of the Singapore/New Zealand Business Council.

Call on Singapore Finance Minister, Dr Richard Hu

Call on Singapore's Second Minister of Finance and leader of Singapore's delegation to Apec, Mr Lim Hng Kiang.

12 noon. Leave Singapore for Brunei.


Welcome dinner for APEC Finance Ministers. [Informal bi-lateral with Australian Federal Treasurer Peter Costello over dinner.]


Co-chairs Apec plenary sessions with Brunei Darassalam Minister of Finance. Official Dinner for Apec Finance Ministers co-hosted by Brunei Darassalam and New Zealand.


Apec forum concludes.

Bi-lateral with Minister of Finance of China, HE Xiang Huai-cheng.

Joint Apec press conference with Brunei.

Bi-lateral with Canadian Minister of Finance, Paul Martin.

Bi-lateral with US Secretary of the Treasury, Lawrence Summers.

Depart Brunei to Singapore.


Fly Singapore to Melbourne.


Address to The Economist Intelligence Unit CEO Forum Breakfast.

Attend Asia Pacific Economic Summit [DAVOS.] Guest only.

12.20pm. Depart Melbourne for New Zealand.

Hon Jim Sutton's week

Week ending Sunday September 10, 2000

Thursday, September 7 - 2pm - return from South East Asia


- Speech to New Zealand-Taiwan/ROC Business Councils' joint conference, Wellington

Friday, - South Canterbury Museum opening (with Hon Judith Tizard)

ACTING foreign minister from Thursday (till September 15)

Hon Pete Hodgson Diary to 10 September

Thursday, 7 September

Address NZ / Taiwan Business Council joint conference. Speech notes will be distributed.

Friday, 8 September

Informal address to Energy Trusts of NZ Conference.

Attend Otago University Wellington development announcement and farewell Wellington-based Olympians bound for Sydney.

Sunday, 10 September

Speak at prize-giving, Genesis Energy Science & Technology Fair. Dunedin. No notes.

Speak at "Creating a Culture of Peace" church service, St Pauls Cathedral. Dunedin. No notes.

Hon. Trevor Mallard Media Diary – 4 to 10 September 2000

Tuesday 5 September – Wellington

Launch of the new arts curriculum for schools
Speech notes will be available

Thursday 7 September – Blenheim

Opening of the Marlborough Technology Centre.

Friday 8 September – Wellington

Visit to Parkway Primary School.

Speech at the Catholic Schools Convention.

Saturday 9 September – Auckland

Attend the Women's Knock Out Cup and Bluebird Chatham Cup

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