Letters to the Editor

Letters are one of the most important parts of the paper because this is where the community has a chance to have its say. All letters to the editor received will generally be published, provided they are not defamatory or are covering exactly the same ground by the same writer.

Non du plume are acceptable, but the name, address and contact details must be provided to the editor.

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Dear Editor

After reading the story involving Te Aponga headlined, “Energy Goal Out of Reach” in Thursday’s paper, I cannot help but think that our people at Te Aponga are complicating something which is inherently simple. 

Thanks for your help, Les

Monday March 26, 2018

Dear Editor,

I would like publicly thank those assisted in getting the New Zealand superannuation rules changed, especially Les Priest , New Zealand deputy prime minister Winston Peters and others.

Dear Editor,

Mata Atua McNair's two letters of March 15 and 20 touches on the smaller populated islands of the northern islands, in this case Rakahanga and Penrhyn, and the role they will play in this year's 2018 Election.

Dear Editor,

Thank you for publishing the letter in relation to issues raised by the Takuvaine Water Catchment Committee (TWCC) in relation to the Te Mato Vai Deed of Access.

Burning questions on water supply

Saturday March 24, 2018

Dear Editor,

News that a limited liability company has already been formed to act as the interim water authority is now in the public domain.

Dear Editor,

For the past few years, our government has intentionally caused harm to our country and people, as a result of their drive to ruin our paradise country.

Mental health study recommended

Saturday March 24, 2018

Dear Editor,

This is an open letter to the people of the Cook Islands.

Dear Editor,

It just goes on and on.

Browne needs to focus

Friday March 23, 2018

Dear Editor,

The article in last Saturday’s CINews from Opposition leader, Tina Browne, was disheartening and disappointing.

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