'A kick in the face for Christmas' – that's how Catherine Delahunty, chair of Coromandel Watchdog of Hauraki, describes the news that her group must pay almost $80,000 in costs after losing its bid to stop a toxic waste dump near Waihi.
The government is not only threatening an endangered species, says Catherine Delahunty – it's threatening future generations.
The chair of a watchdog group on why she's determined to stop a new mine waste dump near Waihi on the Coromandel peninsula.
If there's to be culture change, writes former MP Catherine Delahunty, perhaps it should be driven by those with meaningful experience
Earlier this week a trade unionist wrote for The Spinoff about the rise of strike action under the Labour government. Today a former Green Party education spokesperson shares her perspective.
Ahead of her debut at the Auckland Fringe on Thursday night, former Green MP Catherine Delahunty writes on the good, the bad and the toxic of nine years in parliament – and what needs fixing.