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Mail: The Editor, Cook Islands News,  PO Box 15, Rarotonga

Fax: (+682 ) 25303

Dear Editor,

The behaviour of government in continuing to merrily mis-govern our people and country, with typically blithe disregard and blatant arrogance, has left a sour taste in the mouths of many. As a result of dismay, desperation and economic survival, many of our people have had little choice but to abandon our tiny paradise for “greener pastures” abroad.

Dear Editor,

Kia Orana and praise the name of Jesus!

I write to voice the great sadness and grave concern of mine and those of my many community leaders who have approached and humbly requested that I write something to express how upset and angry they are.

Dear Editor,

I see the Opposition MPs have decided to “collect” their pay rise.

Dear Editor,

I see in your newspaper an advertisement from Bluesky, in which they remind people to pay their bills in a timely manner. “Failure to pay your account may affect your credit rating within the Cook Islands,” the ad reads.

Dear Editor,

Thank you for your thoughtful editorial on Monday the 17th regarding the Elton John movie.

Dear Editor,

In Rarotonga on July 2, the eclipse will be already in progress as the sun rises at 7:17 am and it will end at 8:53 am.

Prejudice, not censorship

Monday June 17, 2019

Dear Editor,

Whatever my personal views, I would like to know that every movie and TV show is treated with the same censorship respect and rules.

Dear Editor,

I was scheduled to leave today and heading to New Zealand but thankfully, this time, a delayed JetStar flight gives me the opportunity to speak out on behalf of the LGBTQ community.

Dear Editor,

Law Society president Wilkie Rasmussen's letter “Fighting for the outer islands”, was absolutely right. The delay to compensations for landowners in the Northern Group was because government took land by warrant before sorting out who the landowners were.

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