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Links 1 through 10 of 47 by Peter Cresswell tagged Maoritanga

As you may have noticed, the Government you voted for has signed you up to the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples—something Helen Clark herself was opposed to, citing fears it would cr...

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A guest post by Tim Wikiriwhi “NO MAN’S LIFE, LIBERTY or property are safe while the legislature is in session,” said Mark Twain. With all the political wheeling and dealing now going on between the u...

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If stimulus and bailouts are welfare for bankers-who’ve-failed, and Kiwisaver is welfare for suits-with-nothing-in-them, then surely the new politically-correct Whanau Ora scheme is just welfare for “...

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Libertarianz opposes this Bill as it appropriates portions of land to be state property, rather than recognising the value in implementing private title for the foreshore and seabed, as a sustainable, progressive and fair solution to this issue which has

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The Definition of Irony: When the New Zealand Government wants to confiscate the land where the Treaty of Waitangi was signed. Yes, we've learned a lot in 167 years, haven't we?

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But here's an Anniversary Day question for you to ponder. Mount Eden (or as it was known then, Maungawhau) was as desirable then as it is now. These days, properties on Mount Eden are some of the most expensive in the country - expensive because Mount Ede

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Are we all special? I ask because John Boy Key was saying yesterday at Ratana marae both that Maori are "special," and at the same time that Don Brash's "message" that everyone should be equal before the law "won't be changing," so either we're all specia

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I've just heard news from the Friends of Futuna Charitable Trust (story about building and Trust here) that they're already a third of the way there towards their goal of $500,000 to complete the purchase and preserve the now-moribund Futuna Chapel in Kar

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It's one of the most delightful small buildings in the country -- in fact it's probably one of the most delightful buildings in the country full stop -- and I say that as someone who is not a religious person (in case you hadn't already guessed) but this

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Some belated thoughts here on the 'trial balloon' floated recently on a separate justice system for Maori. Oddly, it's not the proposal for a separatist judicial system that has attracted opprobrium, but the response by Don Brash in the Herald on Sunday t

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