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Images: Police Board, Warn Oil Protest Flotilla

Tuesday, April 12,
2011. Police board the te Whanau a Apanui owned fishing
vessel, San Pietro, off East Cape today to warn crew about
approaching within set distances of the seismic survey ship
Orient Explorer. The San Pietro is part of the flotilla
opposing deep sea oil drilling.
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Tuesday, April 12, 2011. Police board the te Whanau a Apanui owned fishing vessel, San Pietro, off East Cape today to warn crew about approaching within set distances of the seismic survey ship Orient Explorer. The San Pietro is part of the flotilla opposing deep sea oil drilling.

Tuesday, April 12,
2011. Police warn crew members of San Pietro about
approaching within set distances of the seismic survey ship
Orient Explorer after boarding the te Whanau a Apanui owned
fishing vessel off East Cape today. The San Pietro is part
of the flotilla opposing deep sea oil drilling.
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Tuesday, April 12, 2011. Police warn crew members of San Pietro about approaching within set distances of the seismic survey ship Orient Explorer after boarding the te Whanau a Apanui owned fishing vessel off East Cape today. The San Pietro is part of the flotilla opposing deep sea oil drilling.

Tuesday, April 12,
2011. Police warn Avon Hansford, skipper of Windborne, about
approaching within set distances of the oil survey ship
Orient Explorer after the flotilla opposing deep sea oil
drilling stopped seismic surveying on Sunday.
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Tuesday, April 12, 2011. Police warn Avon Hansford, skipper of Windborne, about approaching within set distances of the oil survey ship Orient Explorer after the flotilla opposing deep sea oil drilling stopped seismic surveying on Sunday.


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The HMNZS Pukaki patrol vessel meets the "Stop Deep Sea Oil" flotilla off East Cape, Tuesday, April 12, 2011.

Members of the
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Members of the"Stop Deep Sea Oil" flotilla, the te Whanau a Apanui fishing vessel San Pietro and the schooner Siome, flanked by the HMNZS Pukaki off East Cape today, Tuesday April 12, 2011.

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