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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’.
Speaking to a friend last week, she was telling me about these two kids on Facebook who decided to take their pet fish in the fish tank for a swim with them ... in their swimming pool!
With all the celebrations recognising the Maori King with the gifting of land from the people of Aitutaki I have to ask how can it be?
OPINION: Dear editor, I want to ask the Prime Minister if he likes to eat tinned fish? I know I don't, but that is all I can afford and even then it is very expensive.