Thu, 13 Sep 2012 10:31p.m.
A who's who of Maoridom have demanded that the Government halt asset sales until it negotiates a deal recognising Maori rights and interests over water.
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14/09/2012 12:06:41 p.m.
And yet neither of you get the irony in Dave's comment- some people have been fighting for equality for centuries!!!, plus any future inequality will be wealth inequality, not race and asset sales will advance that wealth inequality, no matter which race one belongs to.
14/09/2012 11:01:52 a.m.
Very true DAVE i would like to see that day as much as you.
14/09/2012 1:14:05 a.m.
well let's hope that one day all people will be treated equal . I'm not surprised people are leaving in droves . the future looks bleak
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