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Aotea Square, site for Kapa Haka Stand

3 August 2004

Aotea Square, site for Kapa Haka Stand
A National Kapa Haka team begins the build-up for the ENOUGH IS ENOUGH campaign this Saturday at the Aotea Square in Auckland.

The120-strong team, which recently performed at the All Black v Pacific Island match in Albany, will promote the ‘Enough is Enough’ message being taken to Parliament on Monday 23rd August.

From 12pm this Saturday the group will perform at Aotea Square followed by a short message from the Senior Minister of Destiny Churches, Pastor Brian Tamaki. The group will then move down Queen Street to the Viaduct Basin before finishing at Mission Bay. Organisers are expecting over a thousand supporters at the event.

“We’re looking forward to taking the message of family values to the streets of Auckland in anticipation of the stand in Wellington on 23rd August. We invite anyone who has a passion for families to come out and join us”, said Pastor Tamaki.

The ‘Enough is Enough’ campaign continues to grow strongly in a stand for family values, the institution of marriage and the wellbeing of children. A website has been set up to provide nationwide access to information about the ‘Enough is Enough’ campaign. Visit www.enough.org.nz.

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