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

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Dear editor, kia orana,

My email is in response to the article titled “An island mourns” (August 10). 

Dear editor,

The Safety Data Sheet for Anolyte, from Radical Waters Ltd, South Africa, says it is an oxidising disinfectant and a weak acid. It says: “No hazards expected under normal conditions of use.”

Dear editor,

Your paper's story on trans-shipment plans at Tongareva/Penrhyn Island (“Chinese company is told, go fish,” August 10) failed to mention why such a plan was opposed.

Dear editor,

In my interview (“Anolyte champion in last-ditch bid”, July 27) I concentrated on options for water sanitation.

Dear editor,

I wish to write and thank the Cook Islands Tourism Marketing Corporation for intervening on our behalf, when I received a deeply shocking and unprofessional email from the owner of private rental accommodation following our stay in Matavera.

Kata August 6

Tuesday August 06, 2019

Dear editor,

Thank you for the article on the opening of the Mauke’s Community Library (“Mauke’s magical book house opens”, August 2).

There are many current population health challenges, and one of these is the challenge of ensuring suitable health care for our elderly.

Letters: Chlorine debate

Monday July 29, 2019

Kia orana editor,

Someone asked me the other day my thoughts on the proposed chlorinating of our water. My answer was that I couldn’t comment as I didn’t know much about chlorine accept that swimming pools have to be chlorinated.

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