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http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/PO0007/S00082.htm Hikoi braves rain and wind and storms council Friday, 21 July 2000, 9:50 am Press Release: Hikoi braves rain and wind and storms council chambers The Hikoi organised to protest EnviroWaste's plans for a huge MegaDump near Meremere braved rain and wind, marching 50 kilometres from the proposed site at Huntly Downs valley all the way to Ngarawhahia Council chambers. The Hikoi marched through Rangiriri, Huntly and Taupiri, in a seven and a half hour trek across the Waikato that saw its numbers swell from 20 to 200. Led by the "Dump Metrowater" Fire engine of Auckland's Water Pressure Group, it united Tainui Maori with local environmentalists, the Green Party, the Socialist Workers Organisation and individuals angry at the plan to build Aotearoa's largest Megadump 500 metres from the Waikato river. [....]

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