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Waatea Reports Live Arrival Of Hikoi In Wellington

Waatea 603 Am Reports Live Arrival Of Hikoi In Wellington

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Radio Waatea will broadcast live as the hikoi arrives at parliament Wednesday 5 May. Hear the reaction of ministers and marchers as the group reach their final destination.

Interviews with government officials, legislation supporters and those opposed will be conducted by Willie Jackson, Dale Husband, and Tame Iti. Northern Iwi station broadcasters Dion Hobson, Levi Bristow, Heeni Shortland and Cyril Chapman will also report during the event.

Hear the Maori perspective of this Historical Hikoi.

Tune in to Waatea 603am from 7am to stay informed of the days’ progression.

Kura Ratapu and Bernie O’Donnell will anchor from the Auckland studios 7am-12pm.

Quinton Hita will host a “Te Mura O te Ahi” special, focusing on indigenous resistance movements from 12pm-3pm.

This broadcast will be bi-lingual in its entirety.

All broadcasts are available on the punganet via the Waatea portal or on our website at http://www.waatea603am.co.nz


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