Anti 'P' Hikoi goes to Waitangi

Feb. 6, 2017, 7:53 p.m.

Methamphetamine has been a topical issue in Northland. The word on the ground is P is easier to get than marijuana. We talk to Reti Boynton who helped organise this anti-P hikoi  The hikoi made its way to Waitangi for the Waitangi Day commemorations. We also talk to some of the hikoi supporters who are marching to ensure the message is heard.  Keeping the conversation alive about P and its devastating effects need to be heard. Not talking about P makes it an enabler for many of our whānau and friends who are addicted or becoming addicted to this highly obsessive drug.

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