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30 May 2020 10:33
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  •   Home > News > National > Upper North Island

    Climate protesters have taken their fight to Taranaki to disrupt an oil corporation

    Climate protesters have taken their fight to Taranaki to disrupt an oil corporation


    About one-hundred people have formed a human barricade outside of OMV's headquarters in New Plymouth.

    They're planning a rolling occupation of the building for three days.

    Greenpeace programme director Niamh O'Flynn says they're calling on OMV to surrender their deep-sea oil permits.

    She says they're there to make it clear that business as usual can't continue.

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