Tue, 08 May 2012 6:01p.m.
Inquiries by 3 News show Maori are now claiming customary title to more than 20 beaches, and three Maori groups are making claims on one small island.
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17/09/2012 7:08:57 a.m.
David smit wrote:
Chur ma Maori stay strong :D
19/06/2012 12:15:53 p.m.
Raymond Beacham wrote:
The Maoriori were here before we all arrived. we are all one people, no one should own the foreshore and seabed. this must be controlled by the N.Z. government
28/05/2012 11:58:32 a.m.
Firstly Andrew, do you really no what you are talking about the Maori got blankets and muskets from the European, so if they want their land and fore shore back then we want our blankets and muskets back fair trade.
As for the Maori wanting all the land and beached number 1 no one can own the sea as it is never the same is always changing, Is not New Zealand supposed to be One (1) country one (1) people. Not from where I am seeing this from. Just like Australia, mind you everything Australia does New Zealand has to follow like lambs to the slaughter.
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