Hawkey, Allan Charles, 1941-:'The Civil Union Bill is still very discriminatory. Giraffes do not even rate a mention.' Waikato Times 3 December, 2004.
Reference Number: DX-014-611
One man talks to another about the Civil Union Bill; they stand beside a disgruntled-looking giraffe. In early December 2004, the Civil Union Bill was going through the final stages of its legislative process at parliament.
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