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Waitangi Day & Aftermath 2004 Full Coverage (1)

Waitangi Day & Aftermath 2004 Full Coverage (Part 1)

WAITANGI '04: Hard News On Waitangi Day - Clearly, things got emotional at Waitangi this year, but we'd do well to remember that we have seen far more dramatic events in Waitangi Day's brief history as a national celebration. See... Public Address 09/02/04 - Rushes

WAITANGI '04: Stateside: Regarding Women As Chattels - Reaction to NZ Herald report of Don Brash's comments See... Stateside: Poem for the National Party. See also more Rosalea Barker on Waitangi Day... Stateside: So Last Century

WAITANGI '04: The Aftermath - Race Relations Commissioners from throughout the World got a warts and all picture of New Zealand during their international conference in Auckland last week. See... Warts and All Picture of NZ For Intl Commissioners
- United Future - Smith: Brash's colonialism betrays his ignorance
- National - Highlighting Government double-speak

WAITANGI '04: ACT Sees The Silver Lining In Racial Furore - On Tuesday parliament reopens with Labour under pressure. The TV pictures from Waitangi showed the state of the country’s race relations. See... ACT's The Letter - Monday 9 February 2004

WAITANGI '04: Speechifying - Nga manuhiri tuarangi, nga rangatira ma, nga iwi o te motu, nga mihi mahana ki a koutou katoa. See... Dame Silvia Cartwright – Waitangi Day 2004 Address
- Jim Anderton Waitangi Day 2004 Address

WAITANGI '04: Is Brash's Muddy Eye The First Step On A Road To Race Conflict? - Former Race Relations Conciliator, Gregory Fortuin has today asked Don Brash to consider whether he has embarked on a path of Nation Building or a Dangerous Road to Conflict. “I am hearing alarm bells” Fortuin said. See... Brash – Nation Building or Road To Conflict
- Rosalea Barker - Stateside: So Last Century
- Christian Heritage - Waitangi Day is a time for Optimism
- AUS - Brash claims encourage racism say university staff
- Muriel Newman - Muriel Newman: Divided We Fall?
- Libertarianz - Libertarianz at Waitangi
- Peter Dunne - Dunne resubmits New Zealand Day Bill
- Govt . - Reducing inequalities monitoring reports progress
- ACT - ACT Happy To Say It Kanohi ki Kanohi
- Commonwealth Press Union - Waitangi Media Ban Breaks Promise
- EPMU - Treat journalists evenly - union

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