Court orders Occupy Auckland to vacate Aotea Square

Published: Wed 21 Dec 2011 12:22 PM
21 December 2011
Court orders Occupy Auckland protestors to vacate Aotea Square
Auckland Council welcomes the court’s decision to grant its application for a permanent injunction to end the occupation of Aotea Square.
The judge this morning ordered the Occupy Auckland protestors to cease residing in Aotea Square, and to remove all of the paraphernalia associated with the protest campsite within 48 hours. The protestors have been camping in the square since 15 October.

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