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STORY OF THE WEEK: The Seabed Hikoi In Wellington

STORY OF THE WEEK: Week Ending 7th May 2004
The Seabed Hikoi In Wellington

The Day After The Hikoi - The Debate Begins

Hikoi Parliament Panorama Image
& 20,000 Strong Hikoi Confronts Parliament

Scoop At The Hikoi: Hikoi Causes Parliamentary Standstill - Parliament has come to a virtual standstill after up to 20,000 people occupied Parliament grounds today. The Hikoi, now camping down on Parliament’s grounds, is protesting against the Government’s proposed seabed and foreshore legislation. See... Hikoi Standoff: Parliament Comes To Standstill
AUDIO: Hikoi Reaches Parliament

EARLIER: Ten Thousand Hikoi Marchers Reach Parliament - Hikoi: 10,000 Plus Gather To March On Parliament - Young New Zealanders Oppose Government Legislation - Open Letter on foreshore and seabed - Another Land Grab

- NZ Police - Police Say 10,000+ March In Wellington Hikoi
- Greens - Speech by Green Party Maori Affairs Spokesperson
- ACT - ACT Will Welcome The Hikoi
- National Distribution union - Union Supports Hikoi

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