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Story Of The Week: The Fight On The Beaches

SCOOP STORY OF THE WEEK TILL SEPT. 12th: The Fight On The Beaches

Wilson Willfully Misunderstood On The Beaches - Attorney-General Margaret Wilson said the Opposition was deliberately misinterpreting her statements made in the House yesterday. See... Opposition cries wolf on the foreshore and Extensive consultation on foreshore proposal
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- NZ First - Customary Title Or Customary Rights
- United Future - United Future seeks foreshore views

Who Can Go To The Beaches Hui? - National Party Broadcasting spokeswoman Katherine Rich says Parekura Horomia should apologise for misleading comments surrounding media bans at the taxpayer-sponsored hui on the foreshore and seabed. See... No media ban at hui? Yeah Right! and TPK's advisory… Matai Whetu Marae Foreshore Consultation Hui

Govt. Backdown Ahead – English On Beaches - "The Government risks losing control of the beaches and seabed issue, allowing it to be driven by activists fuelled by talk of a looming Labour back down," says National Party Leader Bill English. See... Beaches issue spirals out of Govt control

A New Foreshore Term "Co-Managed Beaches" - New Zealand First has questioned the Government’s concept of “co-management” of the foreshore and seabed, saying that the issue is in danger of being decided “on the run”. See... Co-Management A Form Of Co-Madness

Confused About The Beach Yet? - "The Government is casting more uncertainty over its confused beaches and seabed policy," says National Party Leader Bill English. See... Government eroding its own beach-head

ACT's Letter Highlights A "Maori Crisis" - The Treaty, Maori, and what sovereignty means, are going to be the defining issues for a generation. See... ACT's The Letter: 8 September 2003

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