Sat, 16 Jun 2012 6:05p.m.
More than 1000 have marched in Dunedin to voice their opposition to the Government's planned asset sales. But Prime Minister John Key says his mixed ownership model is "edgy" and he's prepared to take an even greater hit in the polls.
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20/06/2012 9:25:41 a.m.
Tania Erceg wrote:
Good On You ...Pacific People your numbers are Great and Your voice hasn't been heard. We need a voice to stand up for your Basic Human Rights.... For the Honesty, Family Spirit,Peace and Dignity your culture brings to ours.... God Bless
17/06/2012 10:33:10 a.m.
Gee's, I heard all these comments before the last Election.
17/06/2012 3:42:47 a.m.
He'll take a hit in the polls because he's making money at the other end and doesn't care
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