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NZ will end up just a slogan, Greens warn

Friday 30 Nov 12 10:00am

Kennedy Graham ... we're danger of cheapening ourselves.
Kennedy Graham ... we're danger of cheapening ourselves.

New Zealand is in danger of becoming little more than a marketing slogan that the world is starting to see through, Green Party climate change spokesman Kennedy Graham is warning.

And that, the former diplomat says, is inconsistent with the spirit of the country that led the world in votes for women, social welfare and the banning of nuclear power.

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