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Stop Niki's eviction!

17 January 2017

Press Release: Penny Bright Independent candidate Mt Albert by-election:

"Stop Niki's eviction!"

"The privatisation of State housing is now a Mt Albert by-election issue.

Which of the other declared 2017 Mt Albert by-election candidates are going to stand up and be counted, to STOP NIKI'S EVICTION?", asks Penny Bright, Independent candidate for the Mt Albert by-election.

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2017 Independent candidate for Mt Albert Penny Bright calls on all decent, concerned citizens to help defend Niki Rauti - this really gutsy (former) State tenant, who is refusing to budge, and making a brave stand against the privatisation of State housing and 'democracy for developers'!

WHEN: Tuesday 17 January 2017
TIME: 6pm
WHERE: Assemble outside Glen Innes Public Library - to march to 14 Taniwha St, Glen Innes.

(This facebook video clip has had over 3000 views and been widely shared).

https://www.facebook.com/penny

Te Karere report:


Published on Jan 12, 2017

"62-year-old Niki Rauti says her landlords the Tāmaki Redevelopment Company will have to drag her out of her house of 21 years as eviction looms. The Tāmaki Regeneration Company served Rauti with an eviction notice, and she has to be out the door by next Wednesday. Ripeka Timutimu reports."

https://www.youtube.com/watch?

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