Hubbard, Jim 1949- :As far as the seashore issue is concerned, Govt has drawn a line in the sand! Hawkes Bay Today, 19 August 2003.
The New Zealand prime minister, Helen Clark, has drawn a curling, wandering line in the sand on a beach.
The government met with considerable opposition over its proposed Seabed and Foreshore Bill and had to change its approach.
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