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NZ radio star Heather du Plessis-Allan laughs at 16yo climate activist Izzy Cook over Fiji trip


The mother of a 16-year-old New Zealand climate activist has lashed out at a radio host who mercilessly mocked the teen after she admitted to flying to Fiji for a holiday.

Rose Cook, the mother of Wellington school climate strike organiser Izzy Cook,  penned a furious reaction after hearing Izzy give the phone interview at the family home.

‘I listened in horror as my 16-year-old daughter had a phone conversation with someone who appeared to be bullying her, laughing at her, and talking over her,’ Ms Cook wrote for Kiwi website The Spinoff.

Izzy Cook, a 16-year-old school climate strike organiser from the New Zealand city of Wellington, found herself on receiving end of merciless mockery after admitting she flew to Fiji on a holiday

Izzy Cook, a 16-year-old school climate strike organiser from the New Zealand city of Wellington, found herself on receiving end of merciless mockery after admitting she flew to Fiji on a holiday

Under the heading of ‘Heather du Plessis-Allan should be ashamed of how she bullied my daughter’ Ms Cook said the popular radio star who interviewed her daughter did not give ‘a sh*t about climate change’. 

Ms Cook accused Du Plessis-Allan of…



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