Thousands send a clear message “Aotearoa is not for Sale” #hikoi (+photos)
(TangataWhenua.com) The beauty of the day was a tohu. Bright sunshine, soft breezes and piercing blue skies greeted us throughout the day (after the weather presenter told us it would rain, lol). People started to assemble at Te Papa from 10am onwards. The group which grew bigger over the ...Continue Reading...
#Hikoi travels through Johnsonville #anfs
(Dominion Post) About 80 people marched through the streets of Johnsonville this morning as part of a hikoi protesting the sale of state assets. The Aotearoa Not for Sale Hikoi oppose the Government’s partial sale of power companies, deep sea oil drilling, mining, the Crafar farm sales ...Continue Reading...
#Hikoi Takes Message to Peter Dunne: Aotearoa is Not For Sale #anfs
Plimmerton, Wednesday 8 May 2012: Tomorrow (Thursday) at 9am, local Wellingtonians will join the hikoi that started last week at Cape Reinga to rally outside Peter Dunne’s Johnsonville electorate office. With the Government’s integrity looking increasingly shaky, now is the time Peter Dunne can ...Continue Reading...
#anfs #Hikoi lets off steam in Palmerston (+photos)
Name a grievance against the Government and chances are it was aired in The Square when the Aotearoa Not for Sale Hikoi rolled into Palmerston North. About 200 people attended the protest yesterday, with speakers opposing the Government’s partial sale of power companies, deep sea oil ...Continue Reading...
#Hikoi heads south, building momentum along the way #anfs
Hikoi Heads South of Volcanic Plateau Palmerston North, Tuesday 1 May 2012: The Hikoi ‘Aotearoa is Not For Sale’ gathered momentum in both Taihape and Palmerston North today. At the same time a successful support demonstration was held in Matamata while a hikoi from the east coast moved through ...Continue Reading...
This country is ‘not for sale’ (Gisborne #anfs #hikoi) +video
(Gisborne Herald) A PROTEST through the city yesterday afternoon brought together about 150 people marching against the Government’s plan to partly privatise public assets. The protest was part of a nationwide hikoi that started at Cape Reinga on Tuesday and aims to reach Wellington by ...Continue Reading...
Hikoi to join Ohariu residents in protest at Peter Dunne’s Johnsonville office
We’ve received word that People’s Power Ohariu Representatives of the “Aotearoa Is Not For Sale hikoi” will meet People’s Power Ohariu supporters at 8.00am on Thursday morning in a protest at Peter Dunne’s Johnsonville office. “The protest will not be seeking a meeting with Peter Dunne ...Continue Reading...
Te Karere reports on Rotorua #anfs #hikoi (+video)
Almost over 300 people marched on the streets of Rotorua on Mondya (30 April) in opposition to the government’s foreign asset sale plans. Share Post Twitter Facebook Google +1 EmailContinue Reading...
National MPs office in Rotorua target of #hikoi #anfs
Rotorua, Monday 30 April 2012: Following a warm welcome from Te Arawa yesterday, a group of 200 locals joined the hikoi ‘Aotearoa is Not For Sale’ today as it marched from the Rotorua lake front to the office of National MP Todd McLay. Near the front of the march pallbearers carried a coffin ...Continue Reading...
Rotorua comes out in force to say NO to asset sales (+video)
Rotorua locals came out in strong support, in the opposition of the government’s proposed asset sales. The Aotearoa is not for sale hikoi, which arrived last night, gathered this morning after a karakia at the Lake Front. The group which numbered between 300-400 was a great mix of Maori ...Continue Reading...
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