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Hikoi Updates

Kia ora te whanau!

The Hikoi is a dynamic and organic process so to get the latest updates on what is happening in your area contact the Hikoi contact in the town nearest you.

http://aotearoa.wellington.net.nz/takutai/index.php?id=10

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1/ Auckland - harbour bridge Hikoi - its official! permission granted for
the Hikoi to cross the Harbour bridge
2/ Tamaki - Tainui schedule
3/ Hikoi in Huntly
4/ Hikoi in Rotorua
5/ Ngati Tuwharetoa Hikoi
6/ Hikoi from Newtown to Wellington
7/ Accomadation / kai
8/ Flyer - poster
9/ Find out about the Hikoi (wellington meeting)

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1/ Its official! the hikoi has been granted permission to cross the harbour bridge. its not everyday get to walk across the harbour bridge. all those who wish to join the hikoi on the 27th meet at Staffords Park. we will be marching south on the two outside northbound lanes. those bringing children please bring a pushchair or hold their hand thruout the hikoi the winds at the top of the bridge will be very cold so be prepared make sure you have good walking footwear if you have friends or flags etc plse bring them...... for more details contact the Tamaki organiser on 0211846701

tues 27th

8am convoy to Staffords Park from Hato Petera vehicles will be taken over to Westhaven

10am assemble at Staffords Parks (the big cluster of buildings on the left before Onewa Rd) hikoi to Westhaven convoy to Okahu Bay hikoi to Takaparawha

3pm convoy to Parrs Park (next to Hoani Waititi Marae)

hikoi to Hoani Waititi Marae

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Tamaki - Tainui schedule [Sth Auckland: Hinenagro Davis Ph 027 276 0988] Wed 28th

8am Depart Hoani Waititi Convoy to Te Puea Marae
9.30am Whakatau / Karakia Te Puea Marae
10.30am Convoy to Manukau Square
11am March to Manukau Velodrome
1pm Arrive at Manukau Velodrome
3pm Convoy to Waahi Marae - Huntly
5pm Arrive Waahi Marae
Powhiri / Mihimihi

Thu 29th
8.30am Depart Waahi Marae Convoy to Ngaruawahia
8.45am Stop at Taupiri Maunga
9am Assemble by River before Bridge at Ngaruawahia
10.30am Depart to Hamilton
11am Assemble North End
11.30am March Down Victoria Street to Garden Place
1.00pm March the remainder of Victoria Street to Grantham Street to vehicles
2pm Depart to Rotorua
3pm Stop along side Te Rua Peka Marae ( Tainui Boundary)
3.45pm Arrive at Rotorua

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3/ Hikoi in Huntly

[Huntly & Regional Coordination: Hori Awa Ph 021 781 383]

Wed 28 April LOCAL HIKOI IN RAHUI POKEKA - HUNTLY

10am Assemble North End of Main Street Huntly - Karakia
11am March down Main Street to Garden Place
2pm Karakia - Whakamutunga

All whanau are to be at Waahi Marae by 3pm to Powhiri the main Hikoi that arrives between 4.00pm - 5.00pm

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4/

Hikoi in Rotorua

[contact people Kiri Potaka Dewes 027 478 8328, Colleen Skerrett White, 07 362 0775, Tahae Tait 027 279 4720]

Thurs 29th April

3 00 pm All manuhiri assemble Tunohopu Car park
3 15 pm National Hikoi march to Tamatekapua Marae from Tunohopu
3.30 pm Powhiri
5 00 pm Kai
6 00 pm Depart Tamatekapua Marae for Apumoana Marae
7 00 pm Apumoana Marae/ Overload to Mataatua Marae
9 00 pm Supper

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Friday 30th April

7 00 am Breakfast
8 00 am Depart Apumoana Marae
10 00 am Assemble at Sound Shell, Lake Front, Lake Rotorua
10.30am Te Arawa lead the march off towards city focus
11 30am Arrive City Focus
1 00 pm Depart City Focus
2 00 pm Depart Rotorua by carcade for Nukuhau Marae Taupo
3 30 pm Powhiri Nukuhou Marae Taupo

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5/ Agenda for Hikoi - Ngati Tuwharetoa

Friday 30 April, 2004

3.00pm - Meet Hikoi at Radio Lakeland, top of Control Gates Hill
3.30pm - Move off to TeRangiita Marae (Nukuhau)
5.00pm - 5.30pm - Dinner
6.30pm - Hikoi whanu settle into marae.
7.00pm - Karakia
7.30pm - Korero Mai - TeRangiita Marae (Nukuhau)
9.00pm - Supper/Moemoe

Saturday 1 May, 2004:

6.00am - Karakia
7.30am - Breakfast
8.30am - Ready to leave marae and assemble at Tongariro Domain.
9.00am - Guest Speakers to attend Public Rally at Tongariro Domain, speak around Foreshore/Hikoi Take.
10.00am - Hikoi thru streets
12.30am - Lunch at Korohe Marae, Turangi.
2.00pm - Depart Korohe Marae, convoy to Raetihi.

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6/

Hikoi from Newtown to Chaffers Park

7:30am - Newtown Park to the 9am assembly point Chaffers Park contact Bruce Stewart (04) 970 6235 Taputeranga Marae

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We are asking everyone who is comming to Wellington for the Hikoi to be as self-sufficient as possible. Most ( if not all ) marae have been booked out. The organising roopu for Wellington have agreed to errect an accomodation tent at Chaffers Park on May 5th for whanau to come to for accomodation needs. What we hope to offer whanau is a box of kai for them to take and contact details for homestay.Names and addresses of those who would be able to host people for 1-2 nights Numbers that people could host. contact us on hikoi_accomadation@bigfoot.com We have 2 drop off points Chaffers Park Accomodation Tent May 5th or The Girlies Project 158 Cuba Street. If people are unable to host, another way to assist is to find out where your iwi is staying by getting in contact with the regional organisers.

http://aotearoa.wellington.net.nz/takutai/index.php?id=10

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8/

Download the Hikoi schedule - Flyer @

http://aotearoa.wellington.net.nz/he/flyer.pdf

poster @ Cant make it to Wellington? download the generic poster and have your own event in your own community. Just fill in your own details in the bottom left corner

http://aotearoa.wellington.net.nz/he/generic_poster.pdf

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9/ In the week before the foreshore and seabed hikoi comes to town ...

Moana Jackson (Ngati Kahungunu and Ngati Porou) speaks on 'The Foreshore and Seabed Confiscation Legislation'

*plus there will be info about the Hikoi and how you can support this kaupapa.

THURSDAY, 29 APRIL 2004

At 6-30pm, Mezzanine Floor Meeting Room,

Wellington Central Library, Victoria Street, Wellington

Moana Jackson's Analysis of the Foreshore and Seabed Bill is available at http://www.converge.org.nz/pma/fsbprimer.doc

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see you on the streets!

mauri ora!

Takutai Moana collective

For more information about the foreshore and seabed hikoi, see http://aotearoa.wellington.net.nz/takutai/ and http://www.converge.org.nz/pma/hikoi.htm


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