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Royal Commission on Genetic Modification

Formal Hearings Day 4 of Week 5 30 November 2000 9:30am - 5:00pm Appearing first today is the NZ Worm Federation, followed by Zespri International Ltd. Tony Marks is an expert witness for Zespri. Copies of the submissions and witness brief can be found at http://www.gmcommission.govt.nz/publications/PDF_submission.html.

Written submissions Closing date for written submissions from the public is tomorrow, 5pm.

Maori consultation programme The Commission will be hold workshops and hui in Invercargill and Dunedin next week. Details are available http://www.gmcommission.govt.nz/media/public_meetings_schedule.html#maori.

Sarah Adamson Media Relations Officer

Royal Commission on Genetic Modification Dalmuir House, 114 The Terrace, PO Box 3554, Wellington, New Zealand Ph: +64 4 495 9151 Fax: +64 4 495 9153 Mobile: 021 499 510 www.gmcommission.govt.nz


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