Hawkey, Allan Charles, 1941-: Don't go on, Mavis. We knew the power pylons were supposed to run through our property. Waikato Times, 9 November 2004.
Reference Number: DX-014-593
A man and his wife sit in their living room, which has the leg of a huge power pylon embedded in its middle. Residents of South Waikato formed an action group in early November to fight power company Trans Power's plans to build a 200 kilometre row of huge power pylons between Whakamaru and Auckland.
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Hawkey, Allan Charles, 1941-: Don't go on, Mavis. We knew the power pylons were supposed to run through our property. Waikato Times, 9 November 2004., Reference Number DX-014-593 (1 digitised items)
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