Sue and Multi are just hours away from arriving in Wellington with their 10+ strong support crew.
TVNZ’s “Seven Sharp” show are paying particular interest to this history making hikoi, by an elderly woman and the world’s first (and only) activist sheep.
There’s a very good chance that the team will appear on Seven Sharp tomorrow evening (Wednesday) on TV One.
You can watch live using this link: https://www.tvnz.co.nz/shows/seven-sharp/live
We hope you can join them in person at 11.30am in Wellington or by watching the news (and Ewes) at 6pm.
A lament from Waiheke to the Money Men
by Kathy Voyles
I watch the tui’s
In their love dance
Over the teen
Red stamens dying
On dry clay
I remember I am fighting
With money men
(they want big boats
In a quiet bay)
Even when we sleep
as solace comes
Do you need more
Concrete, asphalt, tyres, oil
Build for us
Tiny houses, eco-villages, gardens, a hospice
With your grandkids
On a happy beach
Shells in their tiny fists
Written by Kathy Voyles
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