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Hikoi: Last Week's Story of the Week!

STORY OF THE WEEK

20,000 Strong Hikoi Confronts Parliament

The Day After The Hikoi - The Debate Begins
& Hikoi Parliament Panorama Image

Tainui's Nanaia Mahuta To Stay In Labour Party - Tainui Maori Labour MP Nanaia Mahuta has just announced to Parliament that she will not be resigning her seat and from the Labour Party. See... Newsflash: Nanaia Mahuta Will Not Resign (For full text of speech see... Address To Foreshore & Seabed Legislation - Mahuta).
MORE:
- Scoop - Scoop Images: The Day After The Hikoi
- Govt. - Hon Dr Michael Cullen: Foreshore and Seabed Bill
- Richard Prebble - Prebble Speech: Foreshore and Seabed Bill 2004
- United Future - Unity and nationhood during foreshore debate
- Greens - Foreshore and Seabed Bill
- Muriel Newman - Maori MPs Must Get Priorities Right
- Progressives - 2 Progressive votes for Foreshore & Seabed Bill

For much much more on the Seabed Hikoi and Tariana Turia see:
STORY OF THE WEEK: The Seabed Hikoi In Wellington
STORY OF THE WEEK: Clark Jumps Confidence Hurdle
& last week's… STORY OF THE WEEK: Tariana Turia's Long Walk

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