Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Taranaki-Action-Court-Sentence-27MZIFVQKH_B.htmlConceptually similarTaranaki Action Court SentenceGP04IR0Completed★★★★Taranaki Action Court Sentence in New ZealandGP04GH3Completed★★★★Taranaki Action Court Sentence in New ZealandGP04GH2Completed★★★★Taranaki Action Court SentenceGP04IQYCompleted★★★★Taranaki Action Court SentenceGP04IQXCompleted★★★★Taranaki Action Court AppearanceGP042A6Completed★★★★Taranaki Action Court AppearanceGP042A7Completed★★★★Taranaki Action Court AppearanceGP042A9Completed★★★★Taranaki Action Court SentenceGP04IQVCompleted★★★★View AllGP04IQWTaranaki Action Court SentenceGreenpeace activists Lucy Lawless (R) Viv Hadlow (C) and Shayne Comino (L) leave the secure area of the New Plymouth District Court, February 7, 2013. While appearing in court the activists were sentenced to 120 hours of community service and ordered to pay $5210 in reparation for climbing the drilling tower of the Noble Discover February 24 2012, while it was moored in Port Taranaki. All were arrested after a 77 hour occupation of the tower. An eight person was arrested on the first day of the action. The ship was being prepared for the it's trip to the Arctic. Greenpeace/Nigel MarpleLocations:Aotearoa-New Plymouth-Oceania-TaranakiDate:7 Feb, 2013Credit:© Nigel Marple / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3325px X 5200pxKeywords:Actors-Celebrities-Court cases-Courts-Day-Greenpeace activists-KWCI (GPI)-Oil (Industry)-Oil drilling-Oil exploration-Outdoors-Save the Arctic (campaign title)-Shell (commercial business)-WomenShoot:Taranaki Action Court SentenceGreenpeace activists appear at the New Plymouth District Court. Actress Lucy Lawless is among them. The activists were sentenced to 120 hours of community service and ordered to pay $5210 in reparation for climbing the drilling tower of the Noble Discoverer ship on February 24 2012, while it was moored in Port Taranaki. All were arrested after a 77 hour occupation of the tower. The activists had stopped the Shell-contracted drillship from departing the port of Taranaki for the remote Arctic, where its exploratory oil drilling programme threatened to devastate the Alaskan coastline.