Wed, 05 Sep 2012 6:21p.m.
The Maori Party looks unlikely to attend what is expected to be the biggest meeting of Maori in 30 years - the water rights hui.
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11/09/2012 6:07:27 p.m.
im sick of the fact that,we as maori have to keep on arguing,and protesting,on nearly everything,that arises in this country,we are gardians of this land and we as a united people..in our right,not by law but by us being here before the people that do have law&order in this country & to all the nations out there that fell that you have bein intruded on we should use this hui for not onley water rights but what we can do for our people,they say that maoris are given gifts i belive i was given a glimps into the future and if our people dont do anything now as a united people our desendants are going to suffer who knows i dont know but that is my opinion..
11/09/2012 2:57:54 p.m.
these claims on the water are really ridiculous, this is a maori land filled with many other kinds of people we must come together and make our country a better place to live in for this generation and the nxt. we as maori need to make a stand and fight for our rights and our assets for we treasure them so that they dont be lost and live on for the years to come .Kia tupu kia hua kia puawai...
7/09/2012 5:26:54 p.m.
Whats everyones view on the Maori water rights debates at the moment?
A friend who works closely with Maori iwi's says Maori should put a claim in for the wind. This being that power companies who use wind to generate power (through turbines etc) should pay maori a % of the sales made from wind power.
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