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Kia orana editor,
Let me say how disappointed I was at the letter to the editor by your regular columnist and letter-writer Ruth Tangiiau Mavé, aka RAT Mavé.
Where is our illustrious gypsy prime Minister? As the country prepares to cut off tourism, its only blood supply, to protect the people from the Covid-19 scourge, where is Henry Puna?
Encouraging good behaviour with simple rewards of star charts and stamps or giving time on their phones are strong reinforcers.
Being mainly reliant on tourism, our country and its people are already feeling the effects of the pandemic coronavirus, even though we have yet to have a confirmed case.
Letters: Dear editor,
When I come to think about the word chosen for this deadly disease “coronavirus”, I cannot help thinking about the word corona also translated in English: “Crown”.
Kia orana editor,
I’m surprised how everyone is panicking about the coronavirus. One way or another it will most likely hit the Cook Islands.
I recently read an opinion piece by Ruth Tangiiau Mavé in the Cook Island News, this struck me as a brilliant no-brainer.
On Thursday in the High Court, not for the first time and with increasing frequency, I made submissions on two guilty plea traffic cases.