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Labour rejects 'hypocrisy' tag

Labour rejects 'hypocrisy' tag
Wellington, March 25 NZPA - Energy Minister Gerry Brownlee accused the Labour Party of hypocrisy today when he revealed the previous government approved 218 permits for mining on conservation land.

Govt accuses Labour of hypocrisy over mining

Govt accuses Labour of hypocrisy over mining
Wellington, March 25 NZPA - Energy Minister Gerry Brownlee accused the Labour Party of hypocrisy today when he revealed the previous government approved 218 permits for mining on conservation land.

Tourism Board keeps out of mining debate

Wellington, March 25 NZPA - The New Zealand Tourism Board is refusing to be drawn into the debate over mining on conservation land, saying it wants to be clear of the facts before offering an opinion on whether it will damage the "100 percent Pure" tourism brand.

Brownlee dismisses claims against mining

Brownlee dismisses claims against mining
Wellington, March 25 NZPA - Energy and Resources Minister Gerry Brownlee says mining is an ongoing industry in other countries considered green, dismissing claims that New Zealand's green credentials will take a big hit if schedule four land is opened to mining.

Critics 'ignore the facts' about mining, minister says

Critics 'ignore the facts' about mining, minister says
Wellington, March 25 NZPA - The Government is accusing critics of its proposals to mine conservation land of "ignoring the facts" as it deals with the latest fallout from Monday's announcement.

Hydro re-jig worries salmon farmer in canals

Hydro re-jig worries salmon farmer in canals
By Kent Atkinson of NZPA Wellington, March 24 NZPA - Salmon farming in high country hydroelectricity canals may suffer collateral damage from the Government's re-allocation of electricity generation resources, one of the farmers said today.

Critics 'ignore the facts' about mining, minister says

Critics 'ignore the facts' about mining, minister says
Wellington, March 25 NZPA - The Government is accusing critics of its proposals to mine conservation land of "ignoring the facts" as it deals with the latest fallout from Monday's announcement.

Influential magazine slams NZ's green record

Influential magazine slams NZ's green record
By Maggie Tait of NZPA Wellington, March 24 NZPA - The Economist magazine has criticised the Government's decision to mine on protected land in part of an article lashing the country's green credentials.

Influential magazine slams NZ's green record

Influential magazine slams NZ's green record
By Maggie Tait of NZPA Wellington, March 24 NZPA - The Economist Magazine has criticised the Government's decision to mine on protected land as part of an article lashing the country's green credentials.

National get taught a lesson in Parliament

National get taught a lesson in Parliament
By Maggie Tait of NZPA Wellington, March 23 NZPA - Leader of the House Gerry Brownlee gets a big fat F for his political management today, after he let Labour MPs cane cabinet minister Steven Joyce over his academic record.

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