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Letters to the Editor

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Letters: Te-Hani in by-election in Atiu

Wednesday November 06, 2019

Dear editor,

The recent publication and TV media statements made by June Baudinet requires a humble response. First and foremost, her statement regarding the recent hosting of the CICC General Assembly got her slammed on social media.

Dear editor,

To try and legislate against men and women is hubris.

Letters: Same-sex law reform

Tuesday November 05, 2019

Dear editor,

I find your article, entitled "Backdown on same-sex law reform", published on Saturday 2 November 2019, mischievous.

Dear editor,

The Ministry of Agriculture maintains a small stock of slug and snail pellets for border management and emergency purposes.

Letters: The ants know everything!

Thursday October 31, 2019

Like the majority of Cook Islanders didn't predict this would happen!

Dear Editor,

On Thursday, October 10, I and other current and former Manihikian pearl farmers as well as the retail/wholesale stakeholders attended a Pearl Industry Forum. The Forum was jointly held by the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) and the Ministry of Marine Resources (MMR), at the Sinai Hall.

Dear editor,

I am writing to ask that the Department of Agriculture ban the abhorrent use of pesticides and herbicides by market growers in Rarotonga.

Dear editor,

I had the pleasure of meeting Barbara O'Neill for the first time earlier this year (“Banned healer breaks silence to protest her innocence”, Oct 22) and communicated with her after that to bring her back again in September this year.

Letters: Restructuring consulate

Saturday October 26, 2019

What we need here in New Zealand for our Cook Islands families is a strong social service with qualified and passionate people who are able to assist and support in all areas whether it be health, housing, work and income, police.

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