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Sue and Multi arrive in Wellington and make headlines

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.

The latest update
Waiheke Radio Jan 2019

The Mermaids of Kennedy Point

Reflections of the
court's decision

SKP - Kennedy Point Marina Appeal

A lament from Waiheke to the Money Men
by Kathy Voyles

Now  
when
I watch the tui’s
Tumbling
In their love dance
Over the teen
Pohutukawas
Red stamens dying
On dry clay
I remember I am fighting
Exhaustively
A battle

With money men
(they want big boats
In a quiet bay)
We’re tired
Waiheke tired
Even when we sleep
as solace comes
Money men
Do you need more
Concrete, asphalt, tyres, oil
Build for us

Tiny houses, eco-villages, gardens, a hospice
Instead, rest
With your grandkids
On a happy beach
Shells in their tiny fists
Not concrete
Floating pontoons
Rest yourselves

Quiet picnic
Wouldn’t that
Be good

    Written by Kathy Voyles

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