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

Fax: (+682 ) 25303

Dear Editor,

The Cook Islands Party Government should take careful note of the UK Supreme Court decision, ruling against Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s action to prorogue Parliament for five weeks. 

Dear editor,

I sent a parcel from Mackay, Queensland, Australia on Monday 26th August 2019, addressed to my brother and my son.

Dear editor,

I never had the pleasure of meeting Scorpfield Wichman Anthony and because of the actions of one of his grandfathers, I never will.

Letters: Taxing junk food

Friday September 20, 2019

Dear editor,

Let's do the opposite. Reward people, organisations, businesses who promote health, wellness and wellbeing.

Dear editor,

At the recent Ui Ariki conference, with re-elected Kaumaiti Nui president Tou Ariki said the longstanding vacant Ariki titles were to be discussed.

Letters: Food security threat

Monday September 16, 2019

Dear editor,

Te Ipukarea Society president Teina McKenzie has proposed Pacific Islands leaders to support a 10-year moratorium on Seabed Mineral Mining (“Call to secure health of shared ocean”, August 13), asking them to prioritise communities’ health and recognise values beyond economic gain.

Dear editor,

Dr Robyn Toomath, specialist in non-communicable diseases and obesity, has written several books on obesity.

Dear editor,

Anneka Brown (“Are you being squeezed”, Sept 7) highlights government’s clear failure to comprehensively support our planters and farmers, who have worked very hard to contribute to our country’s food security.

Letters: Why planting is dying

Wednesday September 11, 2019

Dear editor

It was interesting to see Kiriau Terepu in the paper promoting Agriculture.

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