Prime Minister's Olympic Dinner

August 2012
Spice;8/1/2012, Issue 3, p18
The article offers information on the Prime Minister's Olympic Dinner, a fundraising event held at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre in Melbourne, Victoria on June 23, 2012. It states that the event was produced by Peter Jones Special Events (PJSE) and was attended by Deputy Prime Minister Wayne Swan, Former Prime Ministers Kevin Rudd and Paul Keating, and Leader of the Opposition Tony Abbott.


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