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6 Dec 2021 8:19
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  •   Home > News > Environment

    The CEO of the Tai Tokerau Border Control says today's so called " Hikoi of Truth" is a march to nowhere

    The CEO of the Tai Tokerau Border Control says today's so called " Hikoi of Truth" is a march to nowhere


    The group tried to breach Auckland's southern border to get through to Waitangi, using two vehicles to block the road at Mercer.

    A group also gathered for a time at the northern Border at Te Hana.

    Hone Harawira says the group has no right to go to the Far North - and has been duped by right wing antivaxxers.

    Harawira says they haven't been invited by the Waitangi Marae committee or Treaty grounds.

    © 2021 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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