Seafarers' Union president, Dave Morgan, speaking about the National Government's plan to open coastal shipping to foreign companies - Photograph taken by Mark Coote, [ca 15 Apr 1994]
Reference Number: EP/1994/1061/30a-F
Seafarers' Union president, Dave Morgan, speaking about the National Government's plan to open coastal shipping to foreign companies. From left: Morgan, Pacifica Transport Group's chief executive Rod Grout; Labour Party leader Helen Clark; and Labour transport spokesman Harry Duynhoven. A Pacifica ship is in the background. Photograph taken circa 15 April 1994 by Evening Post staff photographer Mark Coote, probably in Wellington.
Seafarers' Union president, Dave Morgan, speaking about the National Government's plan to open coastal shipping to foreign companies - Photographs taken by Mark Coote, Reference Number EP/1994/1061-F (1 digitised items)
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