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SNAP! #7 out NOW!

Fri, 8 Oct 2004

SNAP! #7 out NOW!

In this week's issue:

- Second Hikoi - GE FREE Roadshow - The Maori party... so what?

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You can sign the online petition against the Tertiary Education Commission (TEC) allowing fee rises greater than the government imposed 5 percent fee limit. You can sign the petition at:

Fun and Games

Saturday/Sunday, 9th/10th October Trans-Tasman days of action against Inghams, the biggest importer of GE soy. Ring 0508 GE FREE to find out what's going on in your area, or create your own fun...

Cyber-Maori launch indigenous revolution online. Ko te kai a te rangatira he korero! Beginning at the Aotearoa Cafe Chat 7pm, Monday 11th of October 2004, is the all new Revolution Cafe. The Revolution Cafe is a virtual place where both up-n-coming and seasoned 'politicos' can get together and kick around the verbal football.

'Stop the Bypass' Action Friday, 15th October top of Cuba street, 12pm aba (at)

Alliance fundraiser: "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised" 8pm Friday 15th October, in the Union Cafe*, Student Union Building, Victoria University. Admission $5.

Hikoi Takutaimoana II Saturday, 16 October, 10am Mayoral Drive, Auckland

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Masters of War at 'Our Place' Saturday,16 October Protest 12-2:00pm Te Papa peacewellington (at) for more information on New Zealand defence industry: You can contact Te Papa about their support for the budding New Zealand arms industry here: mail (at)

Anti McDonald's Day Friday, 16th October, Demo at 2:00PM, Manners Mall

Screening of 'Goodbye Pork Pie' Saturday 17 October, 7:00PM NZ Film Archive (Taranaki st) Entry: one can of food to be donated to Anti-Bypass Action

Rally against Racism and for a Multicultural Aotearoa Saturday 23 October, 12pm, meet 12pm at Te Papa courtyard Tze Ming Mok (Ms) tzemingdynasty (at)

Indigenous Uprising! Video Release Party Upper Hutt Posse, Nat Rose, DJ Resist & assorted comrades Bar Bodega Wellington Oct 29, $15 on Door

Unique opportnity to taste Achehnese food and listen to visiting speaker Nurdin Abdul Rahman (Achehnese human rights activist) Saturday, November 13, 7pm St John's in the City, Willis Street Tickets $12 waged, $8 unwaged

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