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Sprayfree protest against chemical aerial spraying

Public Notice Extremely Important

The Spray, Foray 48B contains poisonous, hazardous and carcinogenic chemicals. You can rest assured that if it hasn’t already affected you or someone you know, it will only be a matter of time before it does.

It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to work this out. (Check history of other Chemicals sprayed over civilians that were claimed to be safe) – i.e. DDT or 245T Agent Orange.

Do YOU want these poisonous chemicals to be sprayed on you, your children, your family, your friends, your neighbours, your pets and your garden, for the next 3-4years? (close to 40,000 Properties)

We, sure as hell don’t.

Collectively we need to stop this spraying NOW (and we can) before it starts on MONDAY 14 OCTOBER

A Public March and Rally

will be held on

Saturday 12 October at 11am

Starting from the bottom of Waikumete Hill

Proceeding along Great North Rd

Finishing with Rally at Kelston Community Hall (Parking - along Glenview Rd alongside Waikumete Memorial Cemetery)



This message from Sprayfree Coalition.Ph (09) 813 5129

Please Phone or e-mail us your support. All donations gratefully accepted. sprayfree@hotmail.com

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