The annual Waitangi Day commemoration is not just a day off, its a chance to check how much we know about our founding agreement.
One of the problems with the recycled racism campaign launched last week by Don Brash is that the pressure goes on for a Māori response.
On Wednesday night my Members’ Bill to stop the Public Works Act taking any more Māori land was voted down by the National Government. This is not the end of the campaign to raise awareness that the Public Works Act can still take Māori land.
About one hundred Coromandel people came out in the pouring rain yesterday to tell Gerry Brownlee what they thought of his plans to undermine Schedule 4 areas of the conservation estate.