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from Te Manu Korihi on Thursday 5 July 2012
The Labour Party's Deputy Leader, Grant Robertson, says relocating the country's founding document at a cost of more than six point seven million dollars, is unwarranted; The Internal Affairs Minister, Chris Tremain, has defended the decision to relocate the Treaty; Bay of Plenty Regional Council says the conviction of a Maori Incorporation for unlawfully discharging effluent from a dairy farm it owns, was entirely preventable; 26 year old Natalie Coates from Ngati Awa in Bay of Plenty who's just completed studies at Harvard University in the United States, says the past year has been a real eye opener.
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