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Widow's Plea Likely To Fall On Deaf Ears

Posted on 14 Sep 2004
The heartfelt plea from the widow of murdered farmer Jack Nicholas to Prime Minister Helen Clark, to abandon proposals to legislate access to all named waterways, is likely to fall on deaf ears, ACT New Zealand Rural Affairs Spokesman Gerry Eckhoff predicted today.

Thanks Mr Feary, Says Eckhoff

Posted on 13 Sep 2004
The Conservation Department’s bullying of a farming family will lose it any vestige of credibility, and cost taxpayers millions of dollars, ACT New Zealand Rural Affairs Spokesman Gerry Eckhoff said today.

United Future Backslides Over Waitaki Bill

Posted on 03 Sep 2004
ACT New Zealand Rural Affairs Spokesman Gerry Eckhoff today accused United Future of backsliding on its promise to support the allocation of Waitaki River water rights to Mackenzie Basin farmers.

Come Clean On Maori Land Access, Labour

Posted on 02 Sep 2004
ACT New Zealand Rural Affairs Spokesman Gerry Eckhoff today labelled the Labour Government a disgrace, following its refusal to rule out exempting Maori-owned land from its proposal to open up farm access to the public.

MP says home on the range not safe

Posted on 01 Sep 2004
Gerry Eckhoff is compared to John Wayne, Gary Cooper and Clint Eastwood in defending property rights. (PDF file, 355 KB)

Walking Access In The New Zealand Outdoors

Posted on 27 Aug 2004
This report, by a government-appointed reference group, investigated what access New Zealanders would like to have to our beaches, lakes and rivers. (1.1MB PDF file)

Labour's Land Access Plan Legalised Theft

Posted on 26 Aug 2004
Speech to Parliament's General Debate; Wednesday August 25, 2004.

Rural Otago Crime Stats Disgraceful: Eckhoff

Posted on 26 Aug 2004
ACT New Zealand Rural Affairs Spokesman and Otago-based MP Gerry Eckhoff today demanded that Otago MP David Parker explain just how his Government intends to fix the problem of skyrocketing crime in rural Otago, as revealed in new crime statistics.

Leave to Appeal

Posted on 25 Aug 2004
“I am delighted that the Supreme Court has accepted my application to hear an appeal against Donna Awatere Huata’s injunction that prevents the ACT caucus from expelling her from parliament”, said ACT MP Richard Prebble today.

Respect Every New Zealander's Property Rights

Posted on 23 Aug 2004
ACT New Zealand Rural Affairs Spokesman Gerry Eckhoff today called on the Labour Government to stop dithering and decide whether Maori land is to be subject to public access or not.
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