Editorial: They were forgotten – but never again

Editorial: They were forgotten – but never again

Honouring the sacrifice of these six Cook Islands men rights a century-old wrong.

LETTERS: Avaroa cable landing

Kia orana editor,

With regard to the front page article (“Fears of being ‘bullied and railroaded’,” October 16), in truth, the working committee of the Stanley Heather Family have committed unequivocally for several months, to uphold to the highest standard, their responsibilities as ambassadors for their family and people to reach the best possible outcome for our nation’s economic future.

Letters: Cable digging is on public land

Dear editor,

Your article (“Fears of being ‘bullied and railroaded’,” October 16) will leave readers concerned.

Editorial: They shall not grow old

It was a slow start. First Australian visitor Cate Walker paying her respects to her mother at Nikao Cemetery.

Letters to the Editor

Letter: Seeking  information on Papa  Tom Davis

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