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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Dear Editor,

May I through your column make comments on an article in your CINews dated Saturday October 13, regarding the unveiling of Dame Margaret Makea Karika’s headstone.

Health not making Aunty very happy

Thursday October 18, 2018

Dear Editor,

Aunty is not happy, aunty is having problems with the health system, if they are not walking the talk they are giving her and the other elders the short end of the stick. 

Love the govt’s sense of humour

Thursday October 18, 2018

Dear Editor,

One thing we can all agree on is that we have a government with a sense of humour, announcing that the wholly incompetent builders of the courthouse, police station and sports centre will be hired to rebuild them.

Dear Editor,

I don’t normally write letters - I respond to them, but seeing no less than five headlines dominate the overseas news section in your September 24 edition of CINews, all about militarising PNG to counter China’s rising Pacific influence, I was compelled to write. I refer of course to page 6 and 7 of that edition, which included the following headlines;

Dear Editor,

I write this letter out of pure concern for the education of our students. 

Dear Editor,

My thanks to Tim Tepaki for clarifying the MOP plan.

There is a quiet public outcry about what is perceived as continual corruption in our government.

Govt must come clean over TMV

Friday October 12, 2018

Dear Editor,

The recent letter from “concerned taxpayer” as a strident call for action was very thought-provoking. These are some serious issues and raise concerns that all Cook Islanders should be worried about.

Listen between the lines people

Friday October 12, 2018

Dear Editor,

When our prime minister steps up to the podium and says he is there to further the move to act against corruption in the government and our country, I think you have to listen between the lines. 

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