Fri, 14 Sep 2012 6:09p.m.
Prime Minister John Key says he will ignore the Maori King's hui, which called for a national discussion on water rights.
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1/10/2012 7:26:36 p.m.
@mark that's ok though no different to the government collecting off the water even if it is a residual tax fee. Fairs fair isn't it? One nation to the other nation, what one is entitled to so is the other, thats acceptable right? Thinking caps on please!
17/09/2012 5:12:29 p.m.
@smarter, you say Maori want to own the water so everyone can use it ummm last I checked everyone can use it. This is all about the money the Maori council have already said it on the news "now we are just working out how much we are going to get" their words not mine.
17/09/2012 11:04:17 a.m.
The NZ pakeha and other nationalies in this country have just as much right to the water as the maori. The lakes and rivers are important to them as well. The sea and riverbeds provide all NZ'ers with food, not just the maori. Thankyou John Key, for reminding the maori that NZ is one country, one people, and is not to be divided.
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