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Scoop Images: Rally For Peace

Hundreds of Wellingtonians turned out for a rally today to protest against a military response to last week’s terrorist attacks on the United States. Labour MP Annette King received a letter and flowers from the protest group on behalf of the Government. See… Wellington Peace Rally Thursday Midland Park 12pm for more.


Marching along Lambton Quay


Two pro-retaliation counter-protesters


The message is in the banners


Enough blood shed already


Green MP Jeanette Fitzsimmons, Labour MP Annette King and Alliance MP John Wright observe a minutes silence for the victims of the attacks


Labour MPs Ruth Dyson and Annette King, Alliance MPs Matt Robson and John Wright, and Green MPs Jeanette Fitzsimmons, Keith Locke, Rod Donald (obscured) and Sue Kedgley stand together


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