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Wellington T.P.P.A. Events November 2016

Updated Information:

1.Thursday 3 Rd November:

Arrival in Wellington of Three Family Groups That Have Walked All the Way From Christchurch-They Disembark From Bluebridge Ferry At 11.30 Am And Walk to the Front of Wellington Railway Station.

Check Out the Facebook Page They Set up-It’s Our Childrens Future Hikoi.

the Wellington T.P.P.A. Members Will Greet Them at the Front of the Railway Station And Then Join Them in Their Hikoi to Parliament.

Fred. Macdonald Will Welcome Them with a Powhiri And Then New Green M.P.P Barry Coates Will Address Those Gathered.

Parliaments Grounds Have to Be Vacated by 12.15 for Another Event.

There Will Be a Lunch Break And the the Hikoi Members Will Return to Parliament At 3.00 Pm.for a Reception Hosted by Barry Coates.

2.Saturday 5 Th November:

There Will Be a Gathering at Parliament,Starting at Midday And Following Speeches,There Will Be a Hikoi to Civic Square And Then on to Government House for Delivery of a Second Petition to the Governer General.

Prior to This Event It is Hoped That There Will Be a Haka Performed in Support of the American Sioux Indians Who Are Protesting the Building of a Pipeline through Their Traditional Lands in Dakota.

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