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Final Sentencing: Lucy Lawless and her fellow protestors were sentenced on 7 February 2013 to 120 hours of Community Service and $640 fine to be paid to the Port of Taranaki (and not Shell)


 

 

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Interview: Lucy Lawless Continues Her Fight Against Oil Drilling and Climate Change Al Jazeera America 6 November 2014
Posted on: 8 November 2014

While in New York for the NYCC, Lucy took time out to be interviewed by Al Jazeera America about her fight against oil drilling and climate change. Check out the video below. See more on the AUSXIP Lucy Lawless Save The Arctic Support Page for more news, photos, video and other multimedia of Lucy’s Shell Protest and for more information about Lucy's role as an Eco-Warrior, check out the AUSXIP Lucy Lawless Eco-Warrior Subsite  …

New Lucy Lawless Message For International Women’s Day 8 March 2014
Posted on: 9 March 2014

International Women's Day (IWD), also called International Working Women's Day, is marked on March 8 every year. In different regions the focus of the celebrations ranges from general celebration of respect, appreciation and love towards women to a celebration for women's economic, political, and social achievements. Greenpeace has posted the following Lucy quote and photo to mark Intertnational Women’s Day: Today is International Women's Day and in Greenpeace we have a great many totally awesome women to celebrate. Here's…

Lucy To Attend Screening of The Last Ocean 18 January 2014
Posted on: 16 January 2014

The following article appeared in The Rodney Times (New Zealand) 16 January 2014. Last Ocean: Documentary director Peter Young will be accompanied by Lucy Lawless and Dr Roger Grace at the Orewa screening on Saturday 18 January 2014. Star To Attend Film ScreeningRodney Times (NZ) 16 January 2014 Plunge into frosty polar depths while staying snug at an outdoor screening of The Last Ocean. Special guest Lucy Lawless, film director Peter Young, and marine biologist Dr Roger Grace speak at…

Lucy Photos: Lucy Lawless Supports Release Arctic 30 in New Zealand
Posted on: 21 November 2013

Greenpeace New Zealand has released two photos of Lucy supporting the #Arctic30. Thank Lucy on twitter for taking this stand (Greenpeace site) New Zealand actor Lucy Lawless supporting the release of the Arctic 30 which includes New Zealanders Jonathan Beauchamp and David Haussmann. © 2013 Greenpeace / Phil Crawford   All images posted courtesy of Greenpeace The crew of the Greenpeace ship Arctic Sunrise took part in a peaceful protest at Gazprom's oil rig to call attention to the threat…

Lawless Appeals For Justice–Sunday Star Times
Posted on: 20 October 2013

The following is from the Sunday Star Times (NZ) 20 October.…

More Photos of Lucy at Greenpeace Vigil and Video from Greenpeace
Posted on: 19 October 2013

Actor Lucy Lawless is held in a mock prison cell during a day-long vigil on the Auckland waterfront to mark 30 days of injustice for the Arctic 30 detained in Russia. Thirty volunteers, representing the Arctic 30, are each spending 30 minutes in the cell on Queens Wharf near to where the Rainbow Warrior was bombed by the French Government in 1985. As the Arctic 30 face their 30th day of imprisonment by Russian authorities, nearly 10,000 people are taking…

Greenpeace Press Release: ‘30 Days of Injustice’ Vigil for Arctic 30
Posted on: 18 October 2013

Press Release: ‘30 Days of Jnjustice’ Vigil for Arctic 30Greenpeace New Zealand Posted: 17 Oct 2013 02:19 PM PDT Auckland – Greenpeace volunteers are today holding a dawn to dusk vigil in a mock prison cell on the Auckland waterfront to mark the 30th day of detention in Russia for the Arctic 30 which includes two New Zealanders. Greenpeace is calling for the immediate release of the 28 activists plus a freelance photographer and freelance videographer. Thirty volunteers including Nicola…

Lucy at Vigil To Mark 30th Day of Detention For Arctic30 18 October 2013
Posted on: 18 October 2013

Lucy Lawless takes part in a vigil to mark the 30th day of detention for the activists, crew and freelance journalists of the Arctic Sunrise.You can add your voice to Lucy's and the almost 1.5 million other people worldwide who have told Russian embassies that they want to #FreeTheArctic30here >> www.greenpeace.org/freethearctic30 (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id; js.src = "//connect.facebook.net/en_US/all.js#xfbml=1"; fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs); }(document, 'script', 'facebook-jssdk')); Post by Greenpeace…

Russia to Greenpeace “Go home, and take your Warrior Princess with you”
Posted on: 23 August 2013

First it was Shell who underestimated Greenpeace and Lucy Lawless and now it’s the Russians. The following is from Alaska Dispatch 22 August 2013. Russians say Greenpeace too thin-skinned for Arctic operations: Russia to Greenpeace: “Go home, and take your Warrior Princess with you.” The nation you can actually see from parts of western Alaska has turned back a Greenpeace ship trying to get into Russian Arctic waters, where oil and natural gas drilling is set to take place next…

Video: Lucy at Powershift 2013 via Skype 15 July 2013
Posted on: 15 July 2013

Here’s the video of Lucy’s appearance at the Powershift 2013 Youth Climate Change Summit. Melanie Corzo was kind enough to act as AUSXIP Reporter for the day and took the video for AUSXIP. There were some technical problems at Powershift where Lucy appears via Skype and then midway through they lose the video but the audio is good. They then bring back the video/audio for the second part of the video.…

Lucy at the Powershift 2013 Youth Climate Summit
Posted on: 15 July 2013

Lucy was at the Powershift Youth Climate Summit in Melbourne today (via video link). We do have video but we are having some technical problems that will be ironed out soon (I hope) Here are some tweets with photos: Waiting to go on stage at #PowerShift #Australia ( by Skype, that is). Nerve wracking!— Lucy Lawless (@RealLucyLawless) July 15, 2013 Thanks for skyping with #PowerShift2013 @RealLucyLawless you are such an inspiration! #savethearctic— Zoe McClure (@McClureZoe) July 15, 2013 Skyping with…

Lucy at Powershift 2013 Youth Climate Summit Today Via Video Link
Posted on: 15 July 2013

The official Powershift 2013 Youth Climate Summit in Melbourne, Australia has released their schedule for various speakers and Lucy is going to speak on "Why I Climbed An Arctic Oil Rig". Lucy will not be in Melbourne but will linked via video to the summit. In 2012 Lucy attended the 2012 Powershift Summit which was held in Auckland, New Zealand. This year Powershift will be held in Melbourne, Australia. Powershift has announced that Lucy will be speaking at this event…


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Save The Arctic Lego
Posted on: 20th July 2014

Save The Arctic Lego

In 2012 actor Lucy Lawless and Greenpeace activists occupied a Shell drillship for nearly four days as it was about to leave NZ to drill for oil in the fragile Arctic. Now Shell is putting its logo all over kids’ toys to help pretend it’s a caring, family-friendly company. So we’ve repeated our 2012 protest [...]



Lucy Lawless & Taranaki 7 Meet The Press New Plymouth Court 7 February 2013
Posted on: 7th February 2013

Lucy Lawless & Taranaki 7 Meet The Press New Plymouth Court 7 February 2013

Greenpeace New Zealand has released their official video of the press conference where Lucy and her fellow protesters met the press after their verdict in New Plymouth Court. They got sentenced to 120 hours of Community Service and $650 fine for their actions in boarding the Noble Discoverer on 24 February 2012 and occupying the [...]



Lucy Lawless greets Greenpeace Philippines 27 March 2012
Posted on: 6th November 2012

Lucy Lawless greets Greenpeace Philippines 27 March 2012

The following video was posted by Greenpeace on 27 March 2012. We can’t help but share this with all of you, Lucy Lawless extends appreciation to Greenpeace folks in the Philippines. We say, “No, Lucy, thank you for being part of the fight for a green & peaceful planet.” Join our fight to save our [...]



Lucy Lawless Interview from Rio+20 on Q & A New Zealand TV Show
Posted on: 24th June 2012

Lucy Lawless Interview from Rio+20 on Q & A New Zealand TV Show

Actress-turned-activist Lucy Lawless on New Zealand’s environmental reputation. Interview was conducted in Rio during the Rio+20 Earth Summit.



Greenpeace Press Conference in Rio for Arctic Sanctuary with Lucy Lawless
Posted on: 22nd June 2012

Greenpeace Press Conference in Rio for Arctic Sanctuary with Lucy Lawless

REDOIL/GREENPEACE PRESS CONFERENCE ON SHELL ARCTIC FIGHT Part one. Stars Launch Campaign to Save the Arctic Executive Director of Greenpeace International, Kumi Naidoo(CL) Actress Lucy Lawless (CR) and entrepreneur Richard Branson (R) at the Greenpeace press conference at RIO+20 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on Thursday, 21 June 2012. Hollywood actors have joined forces with [...]



BBC Radio Interview Up All Night Interviews Lucy Lawless 15 June 2012
Posted on: 15th June 2012

BBC Radio Interview Up All Night Interviews Lucy Lawless 15 June 2012

We hear from Lucy Lawless, who plays Xena the Warrior Princess. She’s admitted taking part in a Greenpeace protest on board an oil-drilling ship as it was trying to leave a port in New Zealand. She could face up to three years in jail, but says she’s just a normal middle class person who has [...]



RadioLive Drive Interview with Lucy on Court Case 14 June 2012
Posted on: 14th June 2012

RadioLive Drive Interview with Lucy on Court Case 14 June 2012

Greenpeace activist Lucy Lawless appeared in court today after illegally boarding an oil exploration ship in New Plymouth. Lucy told RadioLIVE Drive that the only reason she became an activist was for her children.



NZ OneNews Lucy Lawless In Court 14 June 2012
Posted on: 14th June 2012

NZ OneNews Lucy Lawless In Court 14 June 2012

Warrior Princess vows to fight on (1.49) Added: 6.40PM Thursday June 14, 2012 Source: ONE News Lucy Lawless has vowed to continue her fight for Greenpeace after admitting to illegally boarding an oil…



Official Greenpeace Video Lucy Lawless and Taranaki 7 in Court 14 June 2012
Posted on: 14th June 2012

Official Greenpeace Video Lucy Lawless and Taranaki 7 in Court 14 June 2012

official Greenpeace footage of Lucy and her fellow Greenpeace Activists meeting the press outside Auckland District Court after the charge of burglary was dropped and they pleaded guilty to the lesser charge of unlawfully boarding a ship. They will be sentenced on 14 September in New Plymouth Court.



Lucy Lawless and Taranaki 7 at New Plymouth Court 18 April 2012
Posted on: 25th April 2012

Lucy Lawless and Taranaki 7 at New Plymouth Court 18 April 2012

Lucy Lawless and her fellow Greenpeace protesters (known as the Taranaki 7) at New Plymouth Court New Zealand – Official Video released by Greenpeace New Zealand. For more information on Lucy Lawless and Save The Arctic Protest go to http://www.lucylawless.info/eco-warrior/2012/arcticprotest/index.html and Save The Arctic – Take Action Now: Sign Here: http://www.greenpeace.org/new-zealand/en/take-action/Take-action-online/Save-…



Sunday NZ TV with Lucy Lawless 04 March 2012
Posted on: 4th March 2012

Sunday NZ TV with Lucy Lawless 04 March 2012

LUCY LAWLESS-NESS? “Xena” Princess Warrior set out to save the world, she did the same in real life and found herself in trouble. Lucy Lawless and seven colleagues scaled a 53 metre drilling tower on a Shell drill ship in Port Taranaki. They spent four days aloft in freezing temperatures as part of a Greenpeace [...]



E! News 27 Feb 2012 with Lucy Lawless On Greenpeace Protest
Posted on: 29th February 2012

E! News 27 Feb 2012 with Lucy Lawless On Greenpeace Protest

Lucy was featured on the US TV Show E! News on 27 February 2012 (US) about the Greenpeace protest, her arrest and speaking to the media after release from police custody. FOLLOW THE LATEST NEWS, IMAGES & VIDEO ABOUT THE PROTEST (See more on the AUSXIP Lucy Lawless Save The Arctic Event Page)



Greenpeace Protest: Four days of Action in defence of the Arctic
Posted on: 27th February 2012

Greenpeace Protest: Four days of Action in defence of the Arctic

Greenpeace has released a new video of the Greenpeace Magnificent Seven: Lucy, Shai, Mike, Viv, Raoni, Ilia and Shayne scaling up the derrick. This is an incredible video.



Raw Footage Via Greenpeace of Lucy Lawless Arrest and Media Conference 27 February 2012
Posted on: 27th February 2012

Raw Footage Via Greenpeace of Lucy Lawless Arrest and Media Conference 27 February 2012

Police in New Zealand arrested actress Lucy Lawless and five Greenpeace activists after the group spent four days protesting aboard an oil-drilling ship. Lawless is best known for her role in the TV series “Xena: Warrior Princess.” Read more about Lucy’s protest along with the Taranaki 7 Greenpeace protesters on the AUSXIP Lucy Lawless Save [...]



 

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