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FULL COVERAGE: The Seabed & Foreshore Bill

FULL COVERAGE: The Seabed & Foreshore Bill

Seabed And Foreshore Protest Outside Bowen House

Cullen Rebukes Federated Farmers - Federated Farmers is deliberately stirring up groundless fears among its members in order to run to the National Party’s aid, Deputy Prime Minister Michael Cullen said today. See... Federated Farmers stirring up groundless fears

… Meanwhile Feds Themselves Are A Little Confused - The government's foreshore and seabed policy creates deep uncertainty for all landowners, said Tom Lambie, President of Federated Farmers of New Zealand (Inc). See... Does Anyone Understand The Foreshore Policy?

Peters Urged To Look To Churchill For Guidance - ACT New Zealand Rural Affairs Spokesman Gerry Eckhoff today advised New Zealand First Leader Winston Peters to reflect on the words of his namesake, before committing to keeping the Labour Government's seabed and foreshore legislation afloat. See... Rat Sighted Swimming Towards Sinking Ship

Peter Dunne Explains What Public Domain Means - In the wake of the latest seabed and foreshore debacle much attention has focused on the term “public domain” and whether its deletion from the draft legislation makes any difference. See... Why Public Domain Matters

PM's Presser: Is There Wiggle Room Yet For Tariana? - The PM is not. Not bullying the Pacific Islands, not sacking Tariana Turia (yet), and not definitely not freeing Ahmed Zaoui from penal incarceration anytime soon. See... PM's Presser: Not Bullying, Firing & Not Freeing

Media Urged To Tell Truth About Foreshore & Seabed A range of Wellington based groups dressed in snorkelling and surf gear braved the Wellington weather today to call on media to "tell the truth and reveal all sides of the foreshore and seabed debate." See... Seabed Protest: Tell The Truth - Reveal All!

THE ANNOUNCEMENT: Line Drawn On Foreshore Issue - Prime Minister Helen Clark announced today that the government’s foreshore and seabed policy guarantees access to the foreshore and seabed for all New Zealanders. See… Access guaranteed for all New Zealanders - PM
- Cullen - Policy guarantees access, supports Maori rights
- Govt - Foreshore and Seabed: Policy Refinements since Dec
- Govt - Foreshore and Seabed Framework
- Horomia - Kaitiakitanga anchors foreshore and seabed bill
- Tamihere - Building bridges on the foreshore

- Prebble (ACT) - Call an Election
- Brash (Nat) - Don Brash says seabed package is a fraud
- Franks (ACT) - Peace In Our Time On Foreshore And Seabed
- NZ First - Peters Pleased To Reach Agreement
- United Future - UF withdraws support for foreshore legislation
- Greens - Greens firm on Foreshore and Seabed
- ARENA - Seabed and Foreshore Reaction
- Advance Aotearoa - Call To Put Foreshore Bill On Hold

- United Future - Legislation to protect private property rights
- John Tamihere - Tamihere: making the tough call on foreshore
- United - UF caucus supports foreshore legislation
- Govt - Media Advisory - Foreshore seabed announcement


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