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Public Address 11/05/04 - Things To Know

PUBLIC ADDRESS 11/05/04 - Things to Know

Knowing what we believe | May 11, 2004 12:09
Russell Brown's Hard News

The last year and a bit of war in Iraq has demonstrated that none of us know as much as we think we do; and that we all tend to fall back (some fall further than others) to simply knowing what we believe...,

Pakeha and the Treaty - why it's our Treaty too | May 11, 2004 10:15 GUEST: Pat Snedden

Pat Snedden reflects on 30 years work with Maori communities A talk at St Columba's on Friday 7 May 2004: I had not thought in this talk tonight that I would say much about the foreshore and seabed. Positions for and against the legislation are so polarised at present that it is difficult to see what could be added that...,


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