21/11/2022 · Thomas Cranmer is a pseudonym. This article was first posted on Cranmer’s Substack , public interest citizen journalism about politics, culture and law in New Zealand. You will find it at Government ducks Bill of Rights assessment on Three Waters bill (substack.com)
16/11/2022 · THOMAS CRANMER writes – The High Court ruling last week that ordered an immediate halt to the burning of the huts in Te Urewera revealed some astonishing detail about what has gone wrong with the co-governance arrangements that were agreed in 2014.
29/11/2022 · THOMAS CRANMER writes: As the furore over the government’s attempted entrenchment of the anti-privatisation provision within the Three Waters legislation continues to buffer the government, Ministers could be forgiven for thinking that their ‘no surprises’ policy has been replaced with something rather more dramatic.
22/11/2022 · THOMAS CRANMER writes: As the government prepares to push the controversial Water Services Entities Bill through its third and final reading in the House under urgency, it has become shockingly evident over recent days that the Prime Minister and her Cabinet have lost their grip on the details of Five Waters.
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23/11/2022 · Thomas Cranmer @kehetauhauaga The select committee amended Section 4(4) as follows - Te Mana o te Wai applies .."not only to all freshwater, but also to all coastal water, and to all geothermal water".
Thomas Cranmer: Hans Matheson (2008) Thomas Cranmer: Episode 2.01 Episode 2.10 The Archbishop of Canterbury who was involved in handing the dispute over Henry's marriage of Katherine of Aragon as being "null and void" and recognize Anne Boleyn as the new queen, having everybody swear an oath to recognize their new queen.