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Bluegreens Slam Minister’s Whangamata Decision

Wednesday, 8 March 2006, 9:57 am | Blue Greens

Minister of Conservation Chris Carter’s decision to overturn the Environment Court’s decision to allow for a marina at Whangamata is a constitutional outrage, said Andrew von Dadelszen, the national convenor of Bluegreens, a policy group that advises the ... More >>

Kiwis Beginning To Understand GM

Friday, 23 August 2002, 4:25 pm | Blue Greens

The latest National Business Review-HP Invent poll shows that more and more New Zealanders are coming to understand that genetic modification (GM) offers benefits to humankind. This today from Terry Dunleavy, national convener of Bluegreens. More >>

"Donald Principle" Legacy Of The Green Party

Thursday, 8 August 2002, 3:23 pm | Blue Greens

It's many years now since Laurence Peter gave the commercial world his well-known "Peter Principle" which states: people tend to be promoted up to their level of incompetence. More >>

Greens Still Wildly Out Of Step

Monday, 29 July 2002, 11:49 am | Blue Greens

The Green Party is still wildly out of step with public opinion on the lifting of the moratorium on genetic modification field trials. This today from Terry Dunleavy, national convener of Bluegreens. More >>

Greens Let The Moratorium Cat Out Of The Bag

Thursday, 25 July 2002, 9:53 am | Blue Greens

"Rod Donald has let the GM moratorium out of the Green Party's bag, with his reminder this morning that the Greens are seeking only a three-year extension of the existing moratorium." This today from Terry Dunleavy, national convener ... More >>

Green Party Hypocrites Of Spin

Wednesday, 24 July 2002, 11:46 am | Blue Greens

"It's the height of hypocrisy for the Green Party to declare today as a GE-Free and spin-free day," the national convener of Bluegreens, Terry Dunleavy said today. More >>

Green Party In Economic Backwoods

Tuesday, 23 July 2002, 9:51 am | Blue Greens

The Green Party does not agree that economic growth is a precursor for New Zealand's social wellbeing and effective environment management. This is a key finding of an analysis of political parties' economic growth policies by Business New Zealand, ... More >>

Green Party A Threat To New Zealand's Future

Friday, 19 July 2002, 3:23 pm | Blue Greens

The greatest current threat to the future health and prosperity of New Zealanders is the Green Party, according to Terry Dunleavy, national convener of Bluegreens, a voluntary group which advises the National Party on environment and heritage issues. More >>

Greens Playing Kiwis For Suckers

Friday, 12 July 2002, 3:53 pm | Blue Greens

Bluegreens Bluegreens is an independent group of New Zealanders advising the National Party on environment and heritage issues. More >>

Public Waking Up To Greens Hysteria On GM

Tuesday, 9 July 2002, 11:33 am | Blue Greens

The rejection by Lyttelton people in the recent Holmes telecast on TV One of the Green Party's scaremongering on genetic modification is but the tip of an iceberg of public realisation of the extent to which they have been misled by the Greens' ... More >>

Over The Moon On National's Environment Policy

Wednesday, 3 July 2002, 9:45 am | Blue Greens

"Members of the Bluegreens movement are over the moon that so much of their advice of environment and heritage issues has been incorporated into the National Party's policy for the coming election." This today from Terry Dunleavy, national ... More >>

More Bluegreens Than Red Greens In Next Parliament

Monday, 1 July 2002, 2:12 pm | Blue Greens

Bluegreens is an independent group of New Zealanders advising the National Party on environment and heritage issues. More >>

Guy Salmon List Placement Confirms Leadership

Monday, 17 June 2002, 9:07 am | Blue Greens

The high list placement accorded New Zealand's foremost environmental spokesman, Guy Salmon, is further confirmation of the National Party's leadership in environmental protection and sustainability. This today from Terry Dunleavy, national convenor ... More >>

Blue Greens On Green Party Ultimatum On GM

Monday, 27 May 2002, 4:28 pm | Blue Greens

Bluegreens is an independent group of New Zealanders advising the National Party on environment and heritage issues. More >>

Forestry Minister Accused On Double Standard

Monday, 13 May 2002, 3:59 pm | Blue Greens

Forestry Minister Pete Hodgson has been questioned about double standards in sustainable harvesting of native trees. Terry Dunleavy, national convenor of Bluegreens which advises the National Party on environment and heritage matters, has called on Mr ... More >>

GM Decision To Test PM

Friday, 26 October 2001, 10:37 am | Blue Greens

Prime Minister Helen Clark has an opportunity next week in the decision on genetic modification to demonstrate whether she is simply a politician or has the steel of a stateswoman. This has been stated today by Terry Dunleavy, national convenor of ... More >>

Boycott Mobil Say Bluegreens

Tuesday, 12 June 2001, 8:03 pm | Blue Greens

New Zealanders have been called on to boycott Mobil motor fuels as part of a growing international move to persuade the United States government to agree to support the Kyoto protocol on climate change. The call comes from Terry Dunleavy, national convenor ... More >>

Green Party Cow Killers

Wednesday, 9 May 2001, 9:07 am | Blue Greens

The call by the Green Party for the killing of cows involved in a genetic modification experiment at Ruakura is yet another example of putting unreasoned prejudice ahead of human welfare, according to Terry Dunleavy, national convener of Bluegreens, an ... More >>

Blue Greens Submission On West Coast Bill

Thursday, 13 July 2000, 8:56 am | Blue Greens

What follows if of interest is the text of the submission to the Local Government & Environment Committee at its sitting in Christchurch today, presented by BG's Canterbury spokesman John Knox: More >>

What's Good For Airways Should Be Good For Rimu

Tuesday, 16 May 2000, 9:28 am | Blue Greens

An appeal has been made to Prime Minister Helen Clark to be consistent in her responses to management practices of two State Owned Enterprises, Airways Corporation and Timberlands West Coast. More >>

 

 
 
 
 
 

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