Marching in defiance, and singing hymns, over 200 protestors petitioned the office of the Vava'u Governor, Lord Fulivai, yesterday morning, opposing a move by government to create a monopoly shipping service between New Zealand and Vava'u.
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Saturday 12 November 2011
Thursday 26 May 2005
Nuku'alofa witnessed Tonga's biggest protest march ever at mid-day today, when thousands of demonstrators led by Members of Parliament marched through the centre of the capital to the Royal Palace, singing hymns and waving banners protesting against the Shoreline company's control of the Tongan power supply. Photos by Linny Folau and Pesi Fonua
Monday 16 May 2005
A meeting called by the Human Rights and Democracy Movement faction of the people...s representatives to Parliament was held on the evening of Friday, 13th of May 2005, at the St. Andrews school hall, was attended by about a hundred people, to determine the course of action to take with regards to staging a protest march based on various grievances against the Shoreline Power Company. - Press Release, Prime Minister's Office.