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Public Address 25/05/04 - Big Issues

PUBLIC ADDRESS 25/05/04 - Big Issues

Sense and sensibilities | May 25, 2004 11:25
Russell Brown's Hard News

Plenty of reader responses, then, to yesterday's post picking through the falsehoods and faulty logic of the Sunday Star Times "shock" lead story on the Crimes Amendment (No 2) Bill. With a single exception they have all been roughly as appalled as I was...,


Untangling the Foreshore | May 25, 2004 09:25
GUEST: Jim Evans, Professor of Law, Auckland University

I listen to the news on the foreshore issue each night and groan. For each night brings a fresh misunderstanding of the legal position. The issue would be hard to resolve even if its background was clearly understood, but without that there is just muddle, and we get increasingly into...,

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