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Events Diary Tuesday, August 25, 2009


AAP General News (Australia)
08-25-2009
Events Diary Tuesday, August 25, 2009

EVENTS LISTED IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER AND LOCAL TIME UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED:


ADELAIDE


- No items listed.


BRISBANE


0830 - Local Government Association of Queensland annual conference opening by Governor
Penny Wensley. Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre.

0830 - Queensland Dairyfarmers Organisation (QDO) and Dairy Industry Association of Australia
(DIAA) Conference. Cathedral Centre, Toowoomba. Jamie O'Brien 0417 626 420.

1300 - Retired coal miner Graham Brown calls for a phasing out of coal, to protect the
environment. University of Queensland, Priestly Building (67) Room 141. Ewan Saunders
0401 234 610.


CANBERRA


0830 - 2009 Fulbright Symposium: The US-Australia Free Trade Agreement: the last five
years, the next five years, Old Parliament House, Canberra. Contact: Lynda Flower 07 3365
2523.


MELBOURNE


- No items listed.


PERTH
- The 6th Australasian Women and Policing Conference continues at the Duxton Hotel, August
2009. Media contact: WA Police Media, 08 9222 1394.


SYDNEY


0800 - Federal Health Minister Nicola Roxon, Andrew Pesce, president of the AMA to discuss
"Beds and Bills: A Reform Agenda For The Australian Health System". Four Seasons Hotel,
199 George Street, Sydney. Contact: Kate Hegarty 9779 9741.
0900 - 2000 students will race self-designed and self-built billycarts as part of a joint
learning initiative between NRMA Motoring and Services and the Education Department. Eastern
Creek Raceway, corner of Brabham Drive and Ferriers Road, Eastern Creek. Enter through
gate 7. Contact: Kimberly Rigby 0439 133 215.

0900 - International Industrial Relations Association World Congress continues, Sydney
Exhibition and Convention Centre. Contact: Russell Lansbury 0413 009 081.

1000 - Independent Commission Against Corruption hearing into the security industry continues.

Level 21, 133 Castlereagh St, Sydney. Contact Nicole Thomas on 8281 5799 or 0417 467 801.

1015 - McGrath Foundation Research Launch and Rose planting. New research titled In Jane's
Name, will reveal the impact Jane McGrath had on Australian women and gaps which exist
between awareness and action. The official planting of the Jane McGrath rose garden. Palace
Rose Garden, Royal Botanic Gardens, 134-138 Macquarie Street, Sydney. Contact: Tania Jayesuria
0404 094 744.

1230 - NRMA director and rally car champion Coral Taylor available for interview as 2,000
kids as young as seven race billy carts they have designed and built. Eastern Creek Raceway,
corner of Brabham Dr and Ferriers Rd. Enter through Gate 7. Contact Kimberly Rigby on
arrivel on 0439 133 215.

SYDNEY
1300 - Doctors from three countries to discuss their experiences of caring for patients
with swine flu. Main auditorium, Level 5, Kolling Building, Royal North Shore Hospital.

Doctors to detail treatment for one or two cases from each country, with expert Q&A to
follow. Contact: Media Office 0421 617 861.

1630 - Community Cabinet meeting. Westport High School, Findlay Avenue, Port Macquarie.

Contact: Press Office 6277 7744.

1730 - Public address by Professor John Keane, author of The Life and Death of Democracy.

NSW Parliament House Theatrette, Macquarie Street, Sydney. Contact: Anabel Pandiella 0421
455 228.

1800 - Margy Osmond, CEO of the Australian National Retailers Association discussing "What's
Happening to Retail?" for the Sydney Institute. Corrs Chambers Westgarth, level 32, Governor
Phillip Tower, 1 Farrer Place, Sydney. Contact: 9252 3366.


SPORT


BASKETBALL (Men's) - FIBA Oceania C'ship 2010 World C'ship qualifier - and August 25
Ramsay Shield: Australia v New Zealand, Wellington, NZ
CYCLING - UCI Masters MTB World C'ships - to August 30
Pra Loup, France
GALLOPS -
Randwick
Kyneton
Rockhampton
Sth Africa
France
UK
TROTS -
Menangle
Geelong
Albion Park
Gloucester Park
GREYHOUNDS -
Gosford
Warragul
Albion Park
Angle Park
Horsham
Lismore
Ipswich
Mandurah
Devonport
New Zealand



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