Activists oppose Tui oil field expansion with toasts and song

Gavin Evans
Thu, 08 Nov 2018

By Gavin Evans Nov. 8 (BusinessDesk) - Protesters opposing plans to extend the life of the Tui oil field raised a toast to the government’s ban on new offshore exploration and what they says is Tamarind Resources’ “really bad” investment in a soon-to-be stranded asset. Veteran protesters Urs Signer and Emily Bailey ended their submission to a board in inquiry in New Plymouth today by passing around drinks and singing to REM’s ‘It’s the end of the world as we know it.” Bailey toasted the government legislating to halt the granting of ne...

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