CJT and Taranaki

New Plymouth People’s Climate March – Flash Flood Mob (28 Nov 2015)

Health concerns for Eltham locals over rotting milk (3 News, 16 Sep 2014) – The news did not mention the 150,000 litres of milk contaminated by drilling waste that was also dumped at the treatment plant

Taranaki elders fed up with oil rig invasion (Te Karere TVNZ, Dec 2013)

Seven Sharp:  Locals fight back over gas drilling (TVNZ, 3 July 2013) – Focus on Tikorangi

 

The following speeches were kindly filmed and uploaded by Peter Mountjoy.

Introductory speech by Sarah Roberts at the Kanui Enough Oil and Gas public meeting in New Plymouth, Taranaki, 6 March 2013 (7’33”)

Speech by Gaylene Kay (affected landowner from Inglewood) at the Kanui Enough Oil and Gas public meeting in New Plymouth, Taranaki, 6 March 2013 (6’09”)

Speech by Abbie Jury (affected landowner from Tikorangi) at the Kanui Enough Oil and Gas public meeting in New Plymouth, Taranaki, 6 March 2013 (8’48”)

Speech by Gareth Hughes (Green MP) at the Kanui Enough Oil and Gas public meeting in New Plymouth, Taranaki, 6 March 2013 (6’20”)

Concluding speech by Sarah Roberts at the Kanui Enough Oil and Gas public meeting in New Plymouth, Taranaki, 6 March 2013 (15’06”)

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2 Responses to CJT and Taranaki

  1. Thanks for your message. I’m not sure what’s going on there for you. I just checked the videos and they all work here. Get in touch if you want us to send the videos to you.

  2. J. Brock says:

    Tried to watch the above videos, I’m part of a campaigning group against fracking in the UK. Couldn’t play video, just got a message saying “This video is private”. You get the same response if you go to Youtube. Were you aware of this?

    J. Brock

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