Done and dusted
Aldridge, Tania Mc Innes etc, are what sells the Northland Age then I believe the time is drawing close that I cancel my subscription, as I, like Leo, believe I am being brainwashed by those hoping to push their own agendas, not what is positive or constructive to either physical or mental health, the communities , environment, infrastructure or betterment of Maori/ Pakeha relationship or health and employment.
This is the 21st Century that we live in, with many problems facing us as we enter into the future, leading to many problems facing our children and future generations, caused by none other than this generation and those before us.
What is needed is for the past to be put behind us, and positive, constructive communication for the wellbeing of our children and future generation.
What we are facing here In New Zealand is very shameful leadership to date with the running down of
MR KTJ Howearth (Letters March 8) should know full well the Treaty was initially blatantly broken while still quite new by rebel Maori tribes, ostensibly over spurious/vexatious land sale disputes and sovereignty.
Both these matters were specifically dealt with in the Treaty (ARTICLES 1 & 2) which the fully informed chiefs signed up to in 1840. Everything was reconfirmed by the chiefs at the great Kohimarama conference held in 1860, attended by around 200 chiefs, being the