Attacks on Beer stray from the truth

I read and hear that George Pitt continues to attack my nephew James Beer and the Democratic Party, so I’ve decided to write you another letter to deal with Pitt’s slanted and repetitive stories.

Broadcaster corrects Pitt comments

I write to you because I think it only proper to correct a number of unqualified representations George Pitt made in CI Herald on July 19 and on his radio station on July 21 about me and our humble radio station Matariki FM.

Longer tourist season means more money for workers

Most businesses on Rarotonga would be able to afford to pay at least $1 to $2 more per hour to their employees if there was a constant flow of tourists to the island.

Road marking needs more care

Recently I had the unpleasant experience of driving in the dark and rain last week. It was cold and the rain was so unrelentless, thick and heavy I could hardly see, even with the window wipers on full speed.

Exclusive: The legend of the Unionist

Five hundred hours ago a private ship came ashore on the Rarotongan lagoon at Avarua.

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