Big Dunedin protest against asset sales

Protesters gather in the Octagon to listen to speeches. Photo by Craig Baxter
Protesters gather in the Octagon to listen to speeches. Photo by Craig Baxter
More than 1000 people have marched down George St in Dunedin and gathered in the Octagon to protest against the Government's asset sales plan.

The march was part of a nationwide campaign spearheaded by Grey Power, which wants a national referendum on the asset sales.

Dunedin North Labour MP David Clark tweeted: "Weather and mood invigorating."

Estimates of the crowd ranged from 1000 to 2000.

 

 

 

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