Monday, February 16, 2009

Swords to ploughshares

It's good to see the old Shelly Bay Air Force land handed back to Taranaki Whanui. I'm a proponent of the original agreement made by Wakefield, promising a tenth of Wellington's land will remain with the original occupants. This promise was eroded over the years as the various whanau got pushed first to Kaiwharawhara and then out into the Hutt.

Kotare has a brief outline on the substance of last weekend's Baa Camp. Fascinating headline topics, ones which I have been mulling over for some length of time. I have some quite controversial ideas about sustainable living in cities that I might get around to posting up.