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 plumes are acceptable, but the name, address and contact details must be provided to the editor.

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Scratch buying quiz answers

Friday October 24, 2014

Dear Editor,
I just wanted to say that the recent Creative Centre Quiz Night held at the RSA was one of the best quiz nights I have attended (and this is echoed by several other people who were there). 

Dear Editor,
Public comments by Minister Mark Brown on September 6 appears to have shot him in the foot.

Dear Editor,
I am writing because I am absolutely incensed when I read that sailing, got 34k from the Social Impact Fund and Suicide Prevention through Rotary Rarotonga received 10k so as we can continue the media campaign for just another 6 months.

Dear Editor,
Get your reporters and cameramen to the site of the old recycling depot where the diggers have been moving steel and metal into piles and trucking it out to who knows where. 

‘Made in China’ deal?

Thursday October 23, 2014

Dear Editor,
For those who want to know about the fishing quota for the Chinese, go down to the wharf when their boat comes in.

No fan-fare for pension refund

Wednesday October 22, 2014

Dear Editor,
A landmark event is happening at the Revenue Management Division (RMD) office in Avarua.

The most disciplined team won

Wednesday October 22, 2014

Dear Editor,
Firstly, I congratulate and thank Mike Henry for generously providing photos and news update to your paper during the last two weeks of the Mauke Manea Games.

Action is required, not talk

Tuesday October 21, 2014

Dear Editor,
With the upcoming by-election, the people of Mitiaro are unexpectedly in a position to determine the make- up of the government.

Former Parliamentary Clerk Tupuna Rakanui weighs into the debate on parliamentary process following controversial events at the last sitting.

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