Tue, 10 Jul 2012 6:00p.m.
The Government's asset sales programme has been hit on two fronts today, thanks to the Maori Council's urgent Waitangi Tribunal hearing aimed at stopping the sell-off until issues around Maori ownership of water are decided.
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12/07/2012 10:19:38 a.m.
Thank to the Treaty Of Waitangi!
11/07/2012 8:07:37 p.m.
Bye bye asset sales. Unless this government have planned all along to give the power companies away at fire sale prices to overseas bankers.
11/07/2012 6:39:14 p.m.
Sea Weed wrote:
John Key and his avaricious little fwends are an insult to all New Zealanders. Thank The Treaty Of Waitangi, people, because without it the whole country would be in foreign ownership by now.
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