Tue, 17 Jul 2012 6:05p.m.
The Prime Minister has hit back at the Maori Council, describing its Waitangi Tribunal claim for water ownership as "opportunistic".
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25/07/2012 4:07:37 p.m.
What a joke next they will be trying to claim the air. PATHETIC!!!!
20/07/2012 11:26:28 a.m.
All i see is Maori once again preventing a nation from moving forward to enrich the country as a whole and yet again more separatism that favors once again, the Maori, so yes, if they own the water, please, by all means, compensate those that are indeed affected by floods, tsunamis, leaks, floods and other water related incidents
The whole thing is a bloody joke, no one owns water.........Taniwha ??,o please, give me strength!
18/07/2012 8:30:51 p.m.
Daniel Strekier wrote:
If the Maori claim they own the water, then are they responsible for paying for the damages caused by floods we have in NZ and are they responsible for cleaning polluted water?
This news made me think about these questions.
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