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.
Kia Orana Editor,
I was pleased to read your news article in the July 30 edition of CINews, and especially with regard to Paul Allsworth’s comments representing the thoughts of the Koutu Nui.
As part of the roll out by Merchant of Paradise (MOP) of its Paradise Prosperity Plan (PPP) for the Pa Enua, which will employ the Unit Titles Act 2005, I should like to take this opportunity to put into perspective the merits of unit title development.
Rei a hiva, rei a tane, rei a o-te-patiki
Just to add some information and enlighten CINews readers regarding the story in CINews on July 28 about the artefacts: “rare collections of bone carvings included three testicle sacs dating back to the 18th century”.
I would like to put into perspective what happens to our New Zealand citizenship if we ascend to developed status and go on to full sovereignty with own seat at the United Nations (UN). I trust it will put this matter to rest.
It was interesting watching a Q & A session on ABC television recently regarding waste reduction. What was suggested by one panelist was, wait for it, communal water stations where you fill your water bottle.
Now that the long awaited roll out of the Paradise Prosperity Plan (PPP) for the Pa Enua is happening Merchant of Paradise (MOP) is fielding strong support for the project and numerous inquiries for opportunities available, with the odd niggle about the colour of Chinese money, the loss of New Zealand citizenship if we ascend to developed status and full sovereignty with own seat at the United Nations, and security of land under unit title development.