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Corporates cause of much trouble, not treaty partners - Letter to HB Today

I couldn’t disagree more with Tom Johnson’s talking point (PM must snub iwi water claims 13/5/15). Water has not always been under the control of the crown. 310 more words

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Consultation must be inclusive - HB Today Talking Point

I find Hawke’s Bay Regional Council’s response to Don’t Frack the Bay’s concerns about the make up of the Future Energy workshop to be quite revealing ( 581 more words

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WORKER'S (Injured) WEEK WHICH WAS

April 23rd – MONUMENT TO MOVE ???

At the monthly Thunder Bay and District Labour Council meeting it was announced that the Lakehead Labour Centre had been sold and notice had been given to the Labour Council that they were subject to one month notification to vacate the premises.  376 more words

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Love to be proved wrong - Letter to editor

I must say that I found Andrew Newman’s comments on Friday’s Board of Inquiry (BOI) findings to be revealing. It seems that his solution to the Tukituki exceeding the 0.8 DIN limit is to wait for the magic wand solution of improving farming practices and technology in the future. 177 more words

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Paul Bailey: Why must we commit another $30m? - HB Today Talking Point

One of the things I think we can agree on is that the Ruataniwha Water Storage Scheme process has not gone as smoothly as had been anticipated by HBRC & HBRIC. 688 more words

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Nash v Ahuriri Airport - Letter to editor

For an MP that is a member of a party which shouted from the rooftops about it had regained the support of Maori at the last general election, Stuart Nash’s analogy of the debate around the renaming of Hawkes Bay Airport comes as some surprise ( 155 more words

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