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Mail: The Editor, Cook Islands News,  PO Box 15, Rarotonga

Fax: (+682 ) 25303

Dear editor, As a Cook Islander, I am deeply concerned about the priority status given to the Avatiu Market Bridge replacement project.

Dear editor, Polynesian Freight is active and has also been registered as well.

LETTERS: Dear editor, I'm enjoying reading your paper while on holiday from Sydney. It's a great read, both in terms of events, news and keeping those in power here accountable.

LETTERS: Dear editor, In days gone past it was very difficult for most people to access pornography – you had to be brave enough to buy a magazine from someone face to face, or find an uncle with a Playboy to sneak a peek. Not so these days.

Papa Williams: Developed challenges

Tuesday January 07, 2020

LETTER: Dear editor,

This New Year of 2020 heralds in a historic and unprecedented occasion for our Cook Islands paradise – an occasion that without doubt will result in difficult and distressing decisions for business owners, families and individuals.

LETTER: Dear editor,

I was not surprised by Mark Brown's response to my criticism of his government and of Penrhyn MP Robert Tapaitau’s appalling handling of shipping to the northern islands.

Letters: Give safe water a chance

Sunday December 15, 2019

To the people of Rarotonga, Kia Orana e te iti Tangata,

Letters: Nobody is above the law

Sunday December 15, 2019

Dear editor,

Criminal private prosecution is a legal avenue provided under our laws to concerned private citizens when the independent policing and investigating arms of government are unable to carry out their lawful duties.

The conscientious action taken by Anna Rasmussen, Tere Carr, Justine Flanagan and Andy Kirkwood, who form the face and team of “Te Vai Ora Maori” should be applauded.

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