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The mini-season of AGM is about to start for companies with December 31 balance dates and we’re keen to hear from anyone who wants us to attend a meeting and ask some tough questions.

This is what we have amassed so far in terms of dates and venues but we’d be very keen to hear from you on make this a more comprehensive list.

Tues, April 3

General Property Trust: 2pm, Cockle Bay Wharf, Sydney.

Wed, April 4

SPC: 109 Wyndham St, Shepparton, Victoria.

Fri, April 6

Wesfarmers: 10am, Burswood Casino, Perth.

Travelshop Ltd: 10.30am, Grand Hyatt, Melbourne.

Mon, April 9

POS Media Online: 3pm, level 1, 54 McLaren St, North Sydney.

Wed, April 11

WMC: 10.30am, Melbourne Concert Hall.

Tues, April 17

Open Telecommunications: 11am, Intercontinental Hotel, Sydney.

Thurs, April 19

Australand Holdings: 10am, Intercontinental Hotel, Sydney.

QBE Insurance: 11am, Westin Hotel, Sydney.

Tues, April 24

Coal & Allied: 10am, Sydney.

United Energy: 3pm, 191 Collins St, Melbourne.

Thurs, April 26

CI Technologies: 10am, level 27, 45 Clarence St, Sydney.

Fri, April 27

Rio Tinto: 9.30am, Sydney Convention Centre.

Mon, April 30

British America Tobacco: 11.30am, Four Point Hotel, 161 Sussex St, Sydney.

Bridgestone Australia: 10am, 196 Greenhill Rd, Eastwood, Sydney.

Tues, May 1

APN News & Media: 11am, Stamford Plaza, Brisbane.

Novus Petroleum: 10am, Grace Hotel, 77 York St, Sydney.

Wed, May 2

Ticor: midday, Eden on the Park Hotel, 6 Queens Rd, Melbourne.

Thurs, May 3

Hutchinson Telecommunications: 2.30pm, 10 Bridge St, Sydney.

MYOB: 11am, ground floor, 120 Collins St, Melbourne.

Roc Oil: 10am, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney.

Tourism Asset Holdings: 10.30am, Novotel, Darling Harbour.

Fri, May 4

Singleton Group: level 18, 201 Sussex St, Sydney.

Reckon: 10am, 35 Saunders St, Pyrmont, Sydney.

Santos: 11am, 128 King William St, Adelaide.

Wed, May 9

Pacifica: 10am, Grand Hyatt, Melbourne.

Fri, May 11

Cumnock Coal: 3pm, Mallesons, Sydney.

1 Tues, May 15

Powertel: 2pm, ASX building, 20 Bridge St, Sydney.

Symex Holdings: 2pm, Novotel Bayside, St Kilda.

Corporate Express: 10.30am, level 10, 201 Sussex St, Sydney.

Thurs, May 17

AMP Ltd: 10am, Sydney Entertainment Centre.

Fri, May 18

Chiquita Brands: 9am, Sheraton on the Park, Sydney.

Tues, May 22

Aristocrat Leisure: 10am, Wentworth Hotel, Sydney.

Wed, May 23

Melbourne IT: 11am, Le Meridien Hotel, Melbourne.

Thurs, May 24

Tomorrow Ltd: Melbourne.

Portman Mining: 11am, Hyatt Regency, Perth.

Fri, May 25

AP Eagers: 9am, 80 McLachlan St, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane.

Companies with Dec 31 balance days

Now, here is the list of Dec 31 companies that we’ve worked up so far.

We’d love to hear from the companies themselves to explain when and where the meetings are being held, but more importantly we’d love to hear from shareholders willing to appoint us as their proxy. Please also get in touch with any companies we’ve left off the list. We’re also finalising a list of company boards to run for so if you’re interested in nominating to shake up any of these companies then please drop us an email.

AMP

AP Eagars

Aristocrat

Austar

Australian Growth Properties

Australand

Axon Instruments

BAT Australasia

BMC Media

Bridgestone Australia

Caltex Australia

Capral Aluminium

Casinos Austria

Catuity Inc

CBD Online

Central Norseman Gold

Central Pacific Minerals

Ci Technologies

Coal & Allied

Consolidated Rutile

Cumnock Coal

Digital Now

Equatorial Mining

Gold and Resources

Highland Pacific

Hudson Timber and Hardware

Hutchinson Telecommunications

Iluka Resources

Ipoh Ltd

Isis Communications

Keycorp

Kingstream Resources

Looksmart (san fran)

McConnell Dowell

Melbourne IT

Metal Storm

Novus Petroleum

Oil Search

Pacifica

Powertel

Reckon

Rio Tinto

Roc Oil

Santos

Sea World Property Trust

Sigma Pharmaceutical

Singleton Group

Southern Pacific Petroleum

SPC

TVSN

United Energy

Ticor

Tourism Asset Holdings

Voicenet

Westfield America

WMC

Woodside Petroleum

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