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Social Programme  Parliament Reception Tuesday 13th November 2012, 5.30pm – 7.30pm Join us for a reception at Parliament on Tuesday evening which will be hosted by the Speaker of the New Zealand House of Representatives.  This is an ideal opportunity for many of you to catch up with peers and make contacts as you share new ideas and interests.  Drinks and canapés will be served. Conference Dinner Thursday 15th November 2012, 7.30pm – Late The Conference Dinner is the social highlight of the conference.  This dinner will take place on Thursday evening in the Wellington Town Hall which  is a beautifully restored historical building.  We want you to relax and enjoy this special event after three stimulating days of conference sessions. A three course meal and drinks will be served followed by entertainment Wednesday 14th November – Evening Activities You can register your interest via the online conference registration form to visit the following places on the evening of Wednesday 14th November.  You will be contacted at a later date to confirm if the activity you have selected is going ahead and will be advised the costs. Zealandia - http://www.visitzealandia.com/site/zealandia_home/ Just minutes from downtown Wellington but worlds apart – ZEALANDIA (Karori Sanctuary), set around a picturesque reservoir, is a living ecosystem home to some of New Zealand’s most rare and extraordinary wildlife – all thriving wild in a world-first protected sanctuary valley. We are a not-for-profit organisation with a vision to restore our valley to the way it was before the arrival of humans – and we’ve already made impressive progress!  Carter Observatory - http://www.carterobservatory.org/  Carter Observatory is New Zealand's longest-serving national observatory. Carter's name commemorates Charles Rooking Carter, who gifted £2,240 from his estate to the Royal Society of New Zealand to establish an astronomical observatory in Wellington for the benefit of the people of New Zealand. Parliament established the Carter Observatory in 1937 and it opened its doors in 1941. Take a virtual journey through space in Carter's Pelorus Trust Planetarium - a state-of-the-art full-dome digital theatre, then take your own steps through space as you walk through the world-class interactive multimedia space experience.
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