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Friday, February 29, 2008

Foreshore deal benefits Pakeha too

Foreshore deal benefits Pakeha too
Te Whanau a Apanui has netted a foreshore and seabed deal that protects local Maori and Pakeha fishing practices. Yesterday, the Crown and eastern Bay of Plenty iwi, whose tribal boundaries extend from near Torere to Potikirua, signed a heads of agreement - the second of its type in a month. However, an important variation from the Ngati Porou deal will see Pakeha and tribal people who live in the district free from a permit system when they go fishing, in a concession, known as the iwi kainga catch provision.

Another deal where the Government agree to letting Maori have something they already had but stole off them, what I find amusing is the headline ‘Foreshore deal benefits Pakeha too’ – hahahahahahahahaha, yes that’s right, other than shutting down due process within the judicial system and passing legislation to confiscate the entire foreshore and seabed of NZ, this deal certainly benefits Pakeha, well noted Granny Herald.


At 29/2/08 5:20 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said...

foreshore is crown property dudes.. end of subject

At 29/2/08 5:58 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said...

only by theft though, subject still looks very open.



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