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Full Coverage: A Critical Day In Race Relations

Full Coverage: A Critical Day In Race Relations


5000 Strong Seabed Hikoi Crosses Auckland Harbour Bridge
A Critical Day In The History Of NZ Race Relations

Hard News On The Seabed Hikoi - "How did the hikoi go?" asked Fee as I watched the news. "Oh, not too bad," I said. "The traffic didn't snarl up on the bridge." Oh truly, I am an Aucklander. Our race relations hang in the balance, and I'm worried about the cars... See... Public Address 28/04/04 - Human Traffic

A Critical Day In NZ Race Relations (1)

Seabed Hikoi In Auckland: A Hikoi conservatively estimated at around 5000 strong has made its way across Auckland Harbour Bridge. Low cloud and rain this morning did not dampen the turn out. Those taking part in the Hikoi included Kaumatua, Kuia, the young and old. There was a marked sense of peace and obvious solidarity among those on the Hikoi. See... Scoop Images: Foreshore & Seabed Hikoi In Auckland
- National - George Hawkins Should Act On Hikoi
- Police - Arrangements for bridge crossing
- Hikoi Schedules - Hikoi Updates
- Employers - Hikoi Orgs, V8 Car Racers Should Face Same Law

Helen Clark Says Turia Still Has Options
& PM's Q&A
A Critical Day In The History Of NZ Race Relations

A Critical Day In NZ Race Relations (2)

Tariana Turia Explains Her Seeming Flip-Flop - I have been asked to consider another option in the last 24 hours, which I will send out to key leaders and others within the electorate. See... Statement From Tariana Turia On Seabed & Foreshore

Tariana Turia Faces Her Future In Wellington: The following comments were made by the PM Helen Clark at today's 12.10pm PM's press gaggle at Premiere House concerning Tariana Turia and the Seabed and Foreshore issue. Note some questions have been paraphrased. See... Snippets Heard At The Tariana Turia PM's Presser and NEWSFLASH: Turia Still Considering Options - PM (includes image)
- Scoop NEWSFLASH: Tariana Turia Not Speaking Today
- Scoop - NEWSFLASH: Seabed Hikoi Reaches Harbour Bridge
- Scoop - PM's Presser: Seabed & Foreshore (Part 1)
- Don Brash - Helen Clark has no choice


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