10th July 2005: Prime Minister Helen Clark talks to Greenpeace staff and crew at the reception before the Rainbow Warrior tribute concert in Auckland.
The Greenpeace flagship Rainbow Warrior makes her way out to the commemoration ceremony marking 20 years since the original Rainbow Warrior was bombed and sunk in Auckland Harbour.
08-July-05: Adease, Rhombus, Steriogram, Anika Moa and Don McGlashan band together to play at the Greenpeace concert for the 20th anniversary of the bombing of the Rainbow Warrior. Pictured onboard the Rainbow Warrior are (L-R) Vii Tupa'i, Nainz...
08-July-05: NZ musicians to play at the Rainbow Warrior Tribute Concert on 10th July (L-R) Vii Tupa'i, Nainz Tupa'i, Raashi Malik, Brad Carter, Lisa Tomlins, Tim Youngson, Jacob Adams, Tyson Kennedy, Darren Mathiassen, Simon Rycroft, Kaari...
8 July 2005 AUCKLAND HARBOUR, NEW ZEALAND Rainbow Warrior II leaves Auckland harbour to head north for the 20th anniversary of the bombing. The Warrior was escorted out at 2pm by a flotilla by the Breeze which led the peace flotilla that sailed...
8 June 2005 At Princes Wharf before the Rainbow Warrior departs for Matuari Bay where the commemoration ceremony of the bombing will take place, Marelle Pereira is comforted by her partner Matt after an interview surrounding the death of her...
The Rainbow Warrior resting on the bottom after the bombing.
The evacuation of Rongelap.
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