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Prime Minister Seriously Misrepresents Meeting with Tribal Leaders

Blog entry by Dayle Takitimu | May 13, 2011

This week John Key has been reported publicly saying “he had met with Ngati Porou and Whanau Apanui representatives last week and they had reiterated they were not opposed to progress or mining but wanted reassurance that it be done...

Highlights from the 2011 Stop Deep Sea Oil Flotilla

Video | May 17, 2011 at 18:03

This is the story of the 2011 flotilla opposing deep sea oil drilling, a group of boats that sailed in the name of te Whānau-ā-Apanui, Greenpeace, the Nuclear Free Flotilla, Forest and Bird, anti-mining group Coromandel Watchdog, the Coal Action...

The Flotilla’s back … but we’ve only just begun

Blog entry by Jay Harkness | May 23, 2011

If a Petrobras executive had happened to be on Auckland’s waterfront on the morning of Saturday, May 21, they would now be seriously worried about their company’s investment into deep sea oil in New Zealand. That’s because they...

Why Petrobras has no right(s) to drill for deep sea oil off the East Cape

Blog entry by Jay Harkness | September 19, 2011

While the oil industry has no moral right to be opening up new, extreme frontiers in its search for the last few drops of oil - given the damage climate change will do to life on this planet - it’s also apparent that the industry may...

Elvis to appear at Tauranga court as part of deep sea oil struggle

Press release | July 23, 2012 at 6:42

Tauranga, 23/07/12: The skipper of a Te Whanau a Apanui-owned fishing boat will appear in the Tauranga District Court today, to answer charges arising from his involvement in the Stop Deep Sea Oil Flotilla off the East Cape last year.

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