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Letter to editor - RWSS Review

The review of the Ruataniwha Water Storage Scheme is a welcome first step. Many people have approached me saying they do not have enough information to make a decision about the scheme. 267 more words

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Male dogma is dug in by Paulyne Pogorelske

Published in Sunday Herald-Sun February 7,1993
The tragic truth about the search for true equality in our society David Hampson (Working Class Man, Sunday Herald-Sun January 3) is that academic male dogma is not only accepted as fact already, but has been so for centuries.
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Remember being human? By Paulyne Pogorelske

Published in The Herald Melbourne on January 22 1990.

I don’t doubt the learned wisdom and intellectual experience of scientist Dr A. Moir about the differences in male and female brains (January 15), but I would like to point out that these kind of books- generalising about the sexes – is the core of the problem that engenders prejudice against women. 157 more words

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SO, ABOUT YOUR LETTER TO THE EDITOR (Vol. 2)

About Your Letter… is a weekly feature of PFT330.  Observations are culled from select letters to the editor published in newspapers in the 330 as well as the 216 and 412.  573 more words

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SO, ABOUT YOUR LETTER TO THE EDITOR (Vol. 1)

About Your Letter… is a weekly feature of PFT330.  Observations are culled from select letters to the editor published in newspapers in the 330 as well as the 216 and 412.  665 more words

Letters To Editor

If no dam then what? - Letter to HB Today

Let’s assume that the dam will not proceed. Where too next? That’s the big question.

Plan Change 6 will still go ahead. It will likely mean that those land owners who currently irrigate will need to change their farming practices so that the Tukituki can meet its minimum flow requirements. 258 more words

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Forest & Bird decision a dam indictment - Letter to HB Today

It was very encouraging to see that the Forest and Bird appeal has been released. I would have to say that justice has been done. It begs the question though. 114 more words

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