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Sign On Ambassadors Lucy and Robyn visit Paparoa National Park

Blog entry by Robbie MacKay | April 23, 2010

Sign ON ambassadors Lucy Lawless and Robyn Malcolm are in the Paparoa National Park on the West Coast for two days in and around the Paparoa National Park, drawing the link between the Government’s Schedule 4 mining plans and climate...

Schedule 4 back-down won’t solve the problem

Blog entry by Kathy | May 10, 2010

Predictably, the Government is gearing up to backtrack on some of the more extreme and unpalatable elements of its mining proposals . At a National Party regional conference in Masterton at the weekend, both John Key and Gerry...

THEY SAY MINE, WE SAY OURS – Auckland march

Blog entry by Kathy Cumming | April 14, 2010

Greenpeace, along with a bunch of other organisations, has announced an anti-mining march for May 1st in Auckland. See www.dontunderminenz.org for more information. When the Government announced its intention to mine New...

Government looks set to back down on mining Schedule 4 land

Blog entry by nick | July 19, 2010

When the Government announced plans to mine some of New Zealand's best conservation land,  New Zealanders made submissions in unprecedented numbers and marched in record numbers. We'll know for sure tomorrow but it looks very much...

No whale burgers. No tuatara shoes. No mining in national parks!

Blog entry by nick | March 26, 2010

The NZ economy is founded on a clean, green reputation, yet Prime Minister John Key and his National Government is seriously endangering that reputation . Firstly by increasing NZ's catch quota  of critically endangered bluefin tuna,...

Lucy Lawless and Robyn Malcolm in the Paparoa National Park

Video | April 28, 2010 at 9:37

Sign On ambassadors Lucy Lawless and Robyn Malcolm make a visit to Paparoa National Park -- one of the conservation areas under threat by Gerry Brownlee's plans to mine Schedule 4 land.

Sexy Coal with Lucy Lawless and Robyn Malcolm

Video | April 23, 2010 at 9:50

Lucy Lawless and Robyn Malcolm ham it up on the West Coast near Paparoa to help promote the March Against Mining in May 2010.

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