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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Is this the end for the Demo Party?

Thursday December 06, 2018

Dear Editor,

We may be about to witness the end of a political party and a piece of Cook Islands political history.

Dear Editor,

Truth Seeka thinks she is smart, but by all accounts has not written one bad word about the CIP government when in fact there is so much she could write about.

Nothing much under Nandi’s new clothes

Wednesday December 05, 2018

Dear Editor,

A te kerearako ua koe e Nandi: You are like the “kerearako.” a big talker who makes a lot of noise, toa para vaa ua, a hero by mouth but not by actions.

Dear Editor,

The announcement that New Zealand has blocked Huawei from participating in the proposed 5G network because of national security concerns is not unexpected.

Police curfew work appreciated by some

Wednesday November 28, 2018

Dear Editor,

The recent article in CINews regarding the police being involved in around-the-clock checking up on persons on curfew, caught our attention.

Dear Editor,

To the Aitutaki bigot who wrote a nasty smoke signal about “overstayers” recently.

Dear Editor,

It's interesting and intriguing to consider what may really be behind David McNair's criticism of Australian visitor John Hansen (and CINews’) decision to voice his concerns about seabed mining in the Cook Islands.

Dear Editor,

I wish to comment on several smoke signals and articles in the paper of late that are of particular concern as relates to the sovereignty of the Cook Islands and our engagement with the Peoples Republic of China.

We’re all too smart to be tricked

Tuesday November 27, 2018

Dear Editor,

Prime minister Henry Puna spoke at the Tereora College prizegiving on Friday and blessedly kept it somewhat short.

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