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Some Important Antiwar Events

CHRISTCHURCH

The Peace Action Network marches are every Friday night, assembling at 6pm at the Bridge of Remembrance and marching into rallies in Cathedral Square.

WELLINGTON

~ THURS, 1 November 5.30pm - MARCH AGAINST THE BOMBING OF AFGHANISTAN Assemble at the Cenotaph, cnr Lambton Quay and Bowen Streets then march to the US Embassy, Mulgrave Street. For more info contact c/o PMA, tel (04) 382 8129,

AUCKLAND

~ TUES, 30 October - Women for Peace group, every Tuesday at 7pm, at the Shakti Asian Women's Centre, 138 Church St Onehunga, in the conference room. All women welcome, the Women's Centre is women-only space. For more info tel (09) 636 8512.

~ SUN, 4 November - 2pm - public meeting, Red Room, Grey Lynn Community Centre, 510 Richmond Rd, Grey Lynn.

The meeting is called to discuss the common slogans of the AWC, its operating style, and any other matters of interest. All are welcome!

Organised by the Anti-War Coalition. Tel (09) 267-7737 check out

~ SAT 10 November 12pm QE2 Square Antiwar/Stop the WTO rally

~ SAT 24 November 6pm QE2 Square Antiwar Rally

WHANGAREI:

~ FRI, 2 November - peace vigil, 5pm at Cenotaph, Rose Street. Organised by the Coalition for Peace Whangarei.

~ TUES, 6 November - Coalition for Peace Whangarei meeting, 5pm at the Trade Union Centre, 7 First Avenue, all welcome. The Coalition will meet every Tuesday, same time same place, until further notice

If you would like your vigil, rally or meeting for peace advertised, please send details of your event (including contact details for at least one of the people organising it) to pma@xtra.co.nz For articles and statements about the war against the people of Afghanistan, check out http://www.converge.org.nz/pma/usatresp.htm For on-line listings of peace vigils, rallies and meetings in Aotearoa, check out http://www.converge.org.nz/pma/vigils.htm

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