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Labour's rural record shameful - ACT

Posted on 08 Sep 2005
ACT Rural Affairs spokesman Gerry Eckhoff today labelled Labour’s record on rural issues as shameful, and predicted farmers would treat its rural policy with the contempt it deserved.

Access panel stalking horse for Labour's 3rd term agenda

Posted on 05 Aug 2005
Jim Sutton still hasn’t grasped the fundamental issue regarding public access to private land, which is that every landowner must retain the right to say who may or may not enter their property, says ACT Rural Affairs spokesman Gerry Eckhoff.

Protect property rights - Party Vote ACT

Posted on 27 Jul 2005
Address to Federated Farmers National Conference; Tainui Novotel, Hamilton; 26 July 2005.

Sutton's public access claims shredded by sawmill ruling

Posted on 23 Jul 2005
The decision to deny resource consent for a Coromandel sawmill, largely based on public use of a nearby marginal strip, justifies ACT’s stance against the imposition of such strips on private property, says ACT Rural Affairs spokesman Gerry Eckhoff. 

Gerry Eckhoff's Heartland South Island Tour

Posted on 08 Jul 2005
Gerry will be speaking about the threat to rural New Zealand’s security at the following public meetings next week. Come and have your say on protection of your land.

Labour must scrap land grab altogether

Posted on 30 Jun 2005
It’s not good enough that Labour has shelved its land grab, it must scrap it altogether, ACT Leader Rodney Hide and Rural Affairs spokesman Gerry Eckhoff said today.

Land Access - Te Kauwhata

Posted on 29 Jun 2005
Gerry will be talking on Rural Property Rights and the government's proposed legislation on the 'right to roam' Waikare Golf Course, Te Kauwhata
Monday, 4 July, at 7pm

Hollow threats

Posted on 25 Jun 2005
Jim Sutton is now resorting to hollow threats to forward his stalled rural access policy, commonly known as ‘right to roam’ says ACT New Zealand Rural Affairs spokesman.

National must back talk with walk

Posted on 24 Jun 2005
ACT Leader Rodney Hide said today that Don Brash was right to equate the protection of our freedom and democracy with the defence of private property rights. The three go hand in hand.
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