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Your front page article (“Motu owners may ask fee for lagoon cruises access”, November 21) has prompted me to respond.
Cook Islands Tourism has always been at the forefront of government departments because they are both strategic in their decision-making and this is based on research.
You report (“Hopes pinned on Constitution to sway committee”, November 16) comments made by the Cook Islands Law Society with regard to the criminalisation of same-sex relationships.
I don’t wish to cast a sour note – but it concerns me that the announcement regarding the presentation of “law books” to the library will suggest to the public that this will be a convenient research venue to find out what the law is on any given subject.
How about looking into the alcohol side of things first, because all major fatal accidents are alcohol-related.
Some mamas won’t be happy if the helmet law is changed but safety is important for every road user. Drink-drivers will always get the blame, but if you didn’t know:
Although it is too late for those people who have already lost their money, it is important for anyone building a house to get a lawyer to prepare a building contract before they pay anything.