Two hunters alerted police to the presence of armed men in camouflage in the Ureweras after stumbling into their camp, the Herald can reveal.

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Monday October 15, 2007

Anti-terror raids
Police today arrested 17 people in nationwide raids linked to alleged weapons training camps in the Bay of Plenty.

The story of what the hunters saw – to be reported exclusively in Tuesday’s New Zealand Herald – forms part of the background to an extensive investigation by 300 police including the specialist police anti-terrorist unit.

The raids appear to have targeted Maori, political and environmental activists and were conducted under the Suppression of Terrorism Act and Firearms Act.

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