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Originally posted by Pcj Pcj wrote:






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I almost gave it a Like.
Alan
I decided to. Why not?
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Went to copy and paste it came out in a unreadable text.

Had read of Seafod NZ march issue.

Seems Shane Jones is against Reserves/Hpa allowing Maori with customary permit to take from closed areas.


So you may not hear me talking a great deal
about mataitai fisheries a nd customary fisheries.
I mean obviously as a Māori I know they’re really
important, but I ’m a wee bit different than some
of the other MPs  of Māori decent in this way…. If
science reveals to us that a resource is so stressed
that the public have to be excluded, then Fiona
it’s the whole public. I don’t like this idea that you
have these marine protected areas or you have
these reserves but you continue to provide access
for the local hapu. My hapu, most of whom live in
Auckland, they’re not going to enjoy that access
because they don’t have a marae or a settlement
near these areas. So,  if the science is so severe
that all  of us have to  stand together and enable the
resource to recover then that’s everyone.
Is there anything else you want to add?
"Times up"
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haha, nice one Alan L.
Anyway, to me, Shane Jones is on the money on this one.
Exactly....

Was wondering what was the hold-up Pcj, then got e-mail notification of the jumbled message you tried to post.
Glad you got it sorted 
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