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Anneka Brown (“Are you being squeezed”, Sept 7) highlights government’s clear failure to comprehensively support our planters and farmers, who have worked very hard to contribute to our country’s food security.
Staying again in Aitutaki Beach Villas we are concerned about the future of the corals that are suffering since years because of climate changing and the Crown of Thorns Starfish.
The letter from Roger Malcolm regarding the freeing up of his Cook Islands pension from the Government to be used to pay off the student loan of the Aitutaki Student Doctor loan.
On behalf of the Rainbow community (LGBTQI) and with a soft note, we would like to say to Ngarima George – if he is not a sinner himself, he should be throwing the stones on us the parents of these lovely children.
The latest $1 billion drug bust aboard a Cook Islands-flagged yacht is one of many strange stories of Cook Islands flags in the papers.
Thank you Papa Ngarima for your response (Letters, Sept 7).
I do indeed claim tupuna status to Ngaputoru, Aitutaki and the Northern Pa Enua to Raiatea and I know from whom I descend and I believe that I stand in a position to be able to talk with some authority on this matter regarding the ‘Great Fleet’.