Wed, 17 Oct 2012 6:21p.m.
The Government is offering Maori millions of dollars' worth of shares as part of its planned state asset sales.
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23/10/2012 6:43:28 p.m.
the DR wrote:
if millions of dollars of shares are being offered. what is the point of selling it will cost more to sell it than to keep it and we will lose all the profits so did mr key go to school or just the school of arrogance
20/10/2012 6:32:05 p.m.
Lyn the problem with that line of thought is that there are two nations no matter what you would like to believe. The nation that authorised 170yrs plus of criminal actions over the other just so happen to be in sync with your view Lyn. A word of advice Lyn perpetuating the abuse will only amplify the severity of the punishment when that time arrives. So to put the record straight your type doesn't represent the views of decent NZers. Sadly Lyn and her ilk exist ... when they shouldn't!
19/10/2012 7:42:10 p.m.
I'll be proud of a NZ where everyone is equal and take responsibility for themselves.People who think of how NZ will be in the future for everyone not one particular race.
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