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Whale Awareness Day 2010

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Fri 5 Nov 2010, 2:00pm–5:00pm

Where: The Beehive & Parliament Buildings, 1 Molesworth St, Thorndon, Wellington

Restrictions: All Ages

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Join our March that starts at The Consulate of Iceland walking along to The Consulate of Norway, the Embassy of Japan, and finally ending at the steps of the New Zealand Parliament.

Come along and help support this really important cause! It is a peaceful protest outside the Consulates and embassies of Iceland, Norway and Japan where we will present our petitions for an end to whaling. We also have a couple of very special guest speakers!

The focus is on bringing awareness of this issue to the public and telling the NZ government we want to take a strong stand against all whaling.

On the 5th of November the Japanese whaling fleet will be getting ready to sail down to waters declared economic territory of New Zealand, with one goal in mind, to kill hundreds of whales in the name of "scientific research". Protests are being organized across the world for this day, and it's our turn to be a part of the action.

These are our waters that the whales are being slaughtered in and it's up to us to make a stand. Protests are already being organized in other parts of New Zealand and we need supporters here in Auckland too.

Be part of an international movement to show whaling nations that it's well past time they stopped this barbaric and illegal activity. The New Zealand government has let us down on this issue, it's up to us to help stop it!

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