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Jim Sutton's week - Sunday July 30, 2000

Published: Mon 24 Jul 2000 09:41 AM
Jim Sutton's week
Week ending Sunday July 30, 2000
Acting disarmament minister all week, acting foreign affairs minister
from
Tuesday
Tuesday, July 25 - speech to the Horticultural Industry
conference,
11am,
Auckland
Wednesday, July 26 - speech to Pork Industry Board conference,
Noon,
Novotel Hotel, Wellington
Friday, July 28 - to electorate
ENDS

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