Letters to the Editor

You are invited to write in with your views and opinions. Please respect our limit of 300 words; letters may be edited for reasons of space or clarity. Include your full name for publication, and your address and phone number for authentication purposes. Anonymous or unattributed letters will not be accepted except in special circumstances; offensive language and personal attacks will not be accepted in any circumstances.

Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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

Fax: (+682 ) 25303

One of the boys

Friday May 31, 2019

Dear Editor

I just had to respond to the derogatory letter about Minister Brown wearing shorts at an important meeting.  I did get a laugh out of it because Minister Brown is like one of the boys.

Picture of poverty on the beach

Thursday May 30, 2019

I didn’t fully realise the extent of Mark Brown’s poverty and determination to have his wage increased until I saw the front page of your paper with the photo of the NZ envoy and the invisible man Puna and buddies in Aitutaki for discussions.

Confusion

Thursday May 30, 2019

The Demo spokesperson needs to get their facts right.

Do it all hot mix

Thursday May 30, 2019

Chip seal—is that all our infrastructure minister thinks is available, or is it because T&M Heather don’t do hot mix?

Dear Editor,

Last week’s CINews letter, ‘Embarrassing to hear the Demos’ by Get Real(GR) dodges the real point of my letter, the MPs’ pay rise issue.

Dear Editor,

I would have thought filling of potholes would be completed by now seeing that this was one of many pledges made by the MP for Matavera, Vaitoti Tupa. But through your newspaper can I kindly ask that ICI’s road crew fill up the growing number of potholes on the road leading to Takitumu primary school.

Dear Editor,

The people have spoken and the majority do not support Mark Brown’s and government’s push for MPs pay rise.

Dear Editor,

I was watching the Sex in the City movie where one of the girls is so afraid of getting sick while holidaying in Mexico she won’t eat the fruit and only drinks bottled water.

Israel Falou doesn’t need any help when it comes to his battle with Rugby Australia because he assumes that God is on his side, and the good Pastor Tutai Pere agrees Israel Falou is fighting the good fight, because that is what the Bible says.

Page 10 of 423