Auckland photographer who has been documenting social change for nearly 40 years, and comprehensively recorded events before and after the bombing of the Rainbow Warrior in Auckland Harbour thirty… Audio, Gallery
A discussion marking 30 years since the sinking of the Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior in Auckland Harbour on 10 July 1985. It's part of a Victoria University forum in which Linda Clark chairs a 30… Video, Audio
Bunny McDiarmid is the outgoing head of Greenpeace New Zealand. Her life as an environmental activist began in earnest with her joining the crew of the anti-nuclear protest ship The Fri in the early… Audio
A new purpose boat for Greenpeace, once again called Rainbow Warrior, is on tour around New Zealand this and next month - Katrina talks with Bunny McDiarmid, executive director and original crew… Audio
South African-born executive director of Greenpeace International. Mr Naidoo is the first African Greenpeace boss and first to be appointed from outside the organisation. He is visiting NZ to lend… Audio
The bombing of the Rainbow Warrior certainly changed the view of France, and where sleepy little New Zealand fit into the world of international espionage. The Sinking of the Rainbow Warrior has been… Audio
The bombing of the Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior by the French foreign intelligence services in Auckland's port on the 10 July 1985 changed our view of France, and of New Zealand's place in the world of international espionage.
The ship was being prepared to go and protest French nuclear testing on Mururoa atoll in the southern Pacific. Photographer Fernando Pereira drowned in the ship as he tried to retrieve his camera equipment, and a second bomb exploded, sinking the ship at its mooring on Marsden Wharf.