Waitangi Day incidents

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Waitangi Day protests at Waitangi have been an intermittent but significant feature of treaty commemorations since the 1970s. This montage shows some of the more significant incidents, including a T-shirt thrown at Queen Elizabeth in 1990, Prime Minister Helen Clark's confrontation with ...


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