INDEPENDENT NEWS

Family Walk South Island For A GE Free Future

Published: Wed 29 Aug 2001 11:50 AM
Peter and Kim Ens and their 21 month old son Patrick are walking the length of the South Island to display their support for a GE Free New Zealand.
The family left from Slope Point Lighthouse, at the Southernmost point of the South Island, on Saturday They will be arriving in Dunedin sometime on Wednesday morning.
The family are taking their campervan and Pieter and Kim are taking it in turns to walk and drive. The family do not have a fixed itinery but plan to walk up the main highways.
They hope to bring their message to MPs when they arrive in Wellington.
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