Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Protest-against-GE-at-Premier-House-in-New-Zealand-27MZIFVXO5R9.htmlConceptually similarProtest against GE at Premier House in New ZealandGP04RWHCompleted★★★★Protest against GE at Premier House in New ZealandGP04RWJCompleted★★★★Billboard against Genetic Engineering in New ZealandGP04RWWCompleted★★★★Action against KFC GE Animal Feed in New ZealandGP04RYICompleted★★★★★★Action against KFC GE Animal Feed in New ZealandGP04RYFCompleted★★★★Action against KFC GE Animal Feed in New ZealandGP04RYHCompleted★★★★Environment Minister Visits WellingtonGP04RLRCompleted★★★★Environment Minister Visits WellingtonGP04RLSCompleted★★★★★★Environment Minister Visits WellingtonGP04RLTCompleted★★★★View AllGP04RWIProtest against GE at Premier House in New ZealandHead of the Defence Force Air Marshall Bruce Ferguson (L) and his aide leave Premier House, Wellington, as Greenpeace activists protest against the lifting of the GE moratorium. Greenpeace activists dumped one truck load of dirt in one gateway at Premier House where the Labour Party were holding a caucus meeting, but a second truck was stopped by police from dumping in the main gateway.Locations:Aotearoa-Oceania-WellingtonDate:30 Sep, 2003Credit:© Greenpeace / Fotopress / Anthony PhelpsMaximum size:2320px X 1484pxKeywords:Access blockade actions-Actions and protests-Agriculture-Banners-Day-Dirty-Gates-Genetic engineering-Government buildings-Greenpeace activists-KWCI (GPI)-Military-Outdoors-SAGE (campaign title)-Small group of people-UniformsShoot:Protest against GE at Premier House in New ZealandGreenpeace activists protest at Premier House. They dumped one truck load of dirt/manure in one gateway but a second truck was stopped by police from dumping in the main gateway. The dirt is a metaphor for the slogan 'don't soil our image', referring to New Zealand's key export partners asking for GE free products. By dumping dirt in the gateways, Greenpeace attempted to keep the Labour party inside to discuss the issue.