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Last week’s front page headline, “Future Vision: The Monaco of the Pacific” was interesting, considering the state of our planet’s climate change and environmental impact dynamics, caused by a warming planet.
In response to Papa Williams (Letters), what is often overlooked is that even with the “best practice” management of chemical processes, the streams are ultra-sensitive to changes in pH and temperature.
It is amazing how things get done when it affects government members personally. Police, teachers, nurses asking for a wage rise, are told it will happen over the next three years, but MPs get a 45 per cent wage raise immediately.
It’s good to hear Cook Islands government will introduce legislation attempting to curb drink-driving tragedies.