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Support for the Waitangi Day Hikoi to oppose deep sea oil


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To oppose No Hard Rock Toxic Mining & Deep Sea Oil Drilling


An invitation has been extended to MineWatch Northland and any interested people to join the Hikoi (March) and Forum in Waitangi.

Please bring your signs and meet MineWatch Northland on either days to show your opposition against Toxic Mining and Deep Sea Oil Drilling.

Wednesday 5th February 2014 – Paihia to Waitangi
UNITE WITH WHANAU of TE REINGA and HIKOI kotahi tatou.
8.00am – Paihia to Waitangi
9.00am – Powhiri on to Te Tii Marae
10.00am – 8.00pm @ Te Tau Rangatira Mining & Oil


Thursday 6th February 2014 - Waitangi Day
9.00am – @ Te Tau Rangatira (Where to from Here)
11.00am – March to top Marae (Flag Pole) Meeting point left hand side of bridge to Waitangi.
12.00noon – Presentation of Statement

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TE REINGA HIKOI
OPPOSE DEEP SEA OIL AND TOXIC MINING
Te Rerenga Wairua ki Waitangi

SAT 0108.00amGather at Te Rerenga Wairua
10.00amTe Rerenga Wairua to Kahokawa
01.00pmKahokawa to the Bluff
03.00pmBluff to Hukatere
05.00pmPowhiri at Hukatere Camp
SUN 209.00amHukatere to Waipapakauri
01.00pmWaipapakauri to Mahimaru
04.00pmPowhiri at Mahimaru
MON 308.00amMahimaru to Taipa
12.00pmTaipa to Aukiwa
03.00pmAukiwa to Pupuke
06.00pmPowhiri at Pupuke
TUE 407.00amPupuke to Matauri Bay Turnoff
11.00amMatauri Bay to Kerikeri
02.00pmMarch through Kerikeri
03.00pmKerikeri to Puketona
05.00pmCamp out at Puketona
05.00pmPuketona to Paihia
WED 507.00amGather at Paihia
08.00amPaihia to Waitangi
09.00amPowhiri at Waitangi
10-08pmTau Rangatira – Oil & Mining
THU 609.00amTau Rangatira – Where To From Here
11.00amMarch to Top Marae
12.00pmPresentation of Statement
01.00pmTop Marae back to Waitangi

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