This blog is no longer associated with KASM and while the url may still contain the word KASM it is not a KASM outlet.
I have decided against deleting the blog because it would not release the KASM acronym in the public domain as there is a KASM radio station in the US which has tried to monopolise all web extensions and many people have learned were to find it and might be interested in the dissemination of information about mining, fracking and drilling both internationally and in NZ as the asset sale John Key's National government program will be forced upon the NZ population
Here are three websites you might want to check out if you need to get in touch with KASM:
travellerev on So why are we being looted… travellerev on Better late than never: KASM s… travellerev on the Hikoi starts today travellerev on Gulf seafood deformities alarm… travellerev on Mining protest on film
Tag Archives: Raglan
In support of Kiwis against seabed mining a member of the surfers for cetaceans wrote the following: I write this letter on the Raglan West Bridge alongside two hundred other concerned coastal people… Led by Kiwi’s Against Seabed Mining (KASM) … Continue reading
Via Vera More than 100 people gathered at Raglan’s Ngarunui Beach on Sunday to take part in the filming of an anti-seabed mining protest video. Supporters, many of them local residents, marched down the beach with picket signs while shouting … Continue reading
Professional surfer and environmentalist Dave Rastovich worries that the world class waves at Raglan are being threatened by proposed iron ore seabed mining in New Zealand’s coastal waters. Kiwi-born Rastovich attended a recent protest in Raglan that coincided with the … Continue reading
Commercial fishermen are fighting a push by conservationists to extend the set net ban into Taranaki waters to protect the endangered Maui’s dolphins. Fish and Bird are calling for the Government to extend the ban into Taranaki waters. The ban … Continue reading
Tonight at 7:00 pm there is a KASM meeting in Raglan in the community house at the top of Bow street on the left side just past the roundabout.
Here is a link to the Hector and Maui dolphin blog you might find interesting!