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.
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Now that the long awaited roll out of the Paradise Prosperity Plan (PPP) for the Pa Enua is happening Merchant of Paradise (MOP) is fielding strong support for the project and numerous inquiries for opportunities available, with the odd niggle about the colour of Chinese money, the loss of New Zealand citizenship if we ascend to developed status and full sovereignty with own seat at the United Nations, and security of land under unit title development.
What an exciting day – gather the children and families and let’s celebrate the opening of the 53rd Te Maeva Nui by viewing the float parade….
Regarding the story headlined “Joint venture aids animal welfare,” published in CINews on July 10, the Esther Honey Foundation applauds and wholeheartedly supports the recent efforts to build upon EHF’s two-decade legacy of sharing animal health and humane education with a generation of Cook Islanders throughout the country.
In the elections, as yet undecided pending the outcome of the electoral petitions, and despite the CIP caretaker government assuming the results before they’ve been decided, the embarrassing democratic illegitimacy of our electoral system is laid bare for all to see.
Just a few things.
(1) I want to know why passengers are not permitted to purchase duty-free alcohol from the Rarotonga International Airport to take onto the Rarotonga-to-Sydney Air New Zealand direct flight?