Sue Grey, the Nelson lawyer who says we should have moratorium until we can have an inquiry into 5G, will be speaking in Whangarei on Wednesday November the 20th.
Sue is speaking in towns around New Zealand providing information to her audiences on what we can do now to try and stop 5G’s introduction. “Surely it’s better to get proactive and have this inquiry now, rather than have a retrospective inquiry in 5 or 10 years to try to understand where everything went so wrong and what opportunities were missed..” she offers.
The meeting will be at the Golden Church, 149 Kamo Rd, from 6pm. Please bring a plate.
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