Thu, 02 Aug 2012 8:31a.m.
The debate over water rights is becoming a mess for the Government, with the Waitangi Tribunal asking for asset sales to be delayed.
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24/09/2012 10:32:34 a.m.
Bill English or should I say “English Bill”
you have mail and it reads
NOT one more acre of land,
Not one more grain of sand,
Not one more ocean or lake,
Not one more river or stream,
Nor a well or spring,
To be taken,
AOTEAROA is NOT 4sale
24/08/2012 3:25:40 a.m.
Water should be free to everyone unless its your own water foundation to declined such request from the Tribunal.. rethink..
12/08/2012 11:00:38 a.m.
Why does the govt want to sell or conduct partial sales of S.O.A if majority of NZders have voted against against it??
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