Letters to the Editor

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

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Kia Orana editor,

I and a group of concerned Cook Islanders talked about your disturbing front page news last Saturday.

Dear editor, One response from the Project Management Unit to being advised of the possible contamination of the Turangi stream was the public statement that "no disinfection chemicals have been used at the intakes". This year, government has issued a number of statements regarding chemical-use that lack credibility.

Dear editor

Your front page article (“Motu owners may ask fee for lagoon cruises access”, November 21) has prompted me to respond.  

Dear editor, I write in support of the letter from Anna Rasmussen of Te Vai Ora Maori (“Water is Clear,” November 20).

Letters: Cap tourist numbers

Tuesday November 19, 2019

Cook Islands Tourism has always been at the forefront of government departments because they are both strategic in their decision-making and this is based on research.

Dear editor,

You report (“Hopes pinned on Constitution to sway committee”, November 16) comments made by the Cook Islands Law Society with regard to the criminalisation of same-sex relationships.

Letters: Bringing country to its knees

Saturday November 16, 2019

The function of Parliament in Rarotonga is being denied by the elected members of each electorate.

Dear editor,

I don’t wish to cast a sour note – but it concerns me that the announcement regarding the presentation of “law books” to the library will suggest to the public that this will be a convenient research venue to find out what the law is on any given subject.

How about looking into the alcohol side of things first, because all major fatal accidents are alcohol-related.

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