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Letters: Not about tourism

Friday November 08, 2019

I just don't know what tourism has to do with the same-sex debate.

Australia, New Zealand, America, England, made laws supporting the community of gender identity and homosexuality.

Kia orana editor,

We’ve just buried our cat Tammy after a two-day search. We’ve buried four pets in the past week from poisoning by slug pellets. Kobe, Moss the Boss, Pandora and today Tammy. We buried Roxy and Shelley earlier on in the year.

Letters: Mareka kore to Enuamanu

Thursday November 07, 2019

Leta kite Etita,

Kia Orana e te Etita I te Aroa Ranuinui o te Atua.

Letters: Cook Islands should be free

Thursday November 07, 2019

Rarotonga belongs to the people, not Mark Brown. Who is this guy, where did he come from? In my days Rarotonga was a place to be free, not for sale.

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.

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