Thu, 19 Jul 2012 6:12p.m.
The Maori Party and National Government are best friends again, after a tiff over whether the Prime Minister was taking the current Waitangi Tribunal's urgent hearing over water ownership seriously enough.
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29/07/2012 9:55:44 a.m.
What a crock of s**t, does this mean I can claim the mountains? As they are inhabited by Frost Giants in Norse pagan mythology. What about swamp lands that are inhabited by the souls of those condemmed to walk the greylands?
20/07/2012 5:12:06 p.m.
I beleive a road near a waterway in Levin had to be re-routed for fear roadworks may disturb the taniwha domiciled in the waterway.
JK said to Labour "show me the money", now he should be saying "show me the taniwha". I for one would pay to see this taniwha.
20/07/2012 9:05:58 a.m.
how funny good way to trivialize such an important issue . the problem is toi many kids in the media 20 year olds that dont know split beans from butter milk just baby s that's all no nothing at all about politics just how to say yes sir no sir three bags full me editor .
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