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.

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

Fax: (+682 ) 25303

Dear editor,

It was good to see there has been a mandate of operations set out by Cook Islands News in its efforts to present a fair and transparent reporting of the people it is supposed to represent (“Journalism Charter is a living pledge of accountability”, July 20). 

Dear editor,

Hope for next term for our children and teachers.

Ok guys let’s add some context.

Dear editor,

I am an infectious diseases physician working at Auckland City Hospital and the University of Auckland, who this month had the good fortune to stay in Rarotonga for one week and attend the 21st Annual Cook Islands Health Conference.

Dear editor,

Te Mato Vai is another sham public consultation showing government’s complete disregard and disdain for the concerns of landowners and other stakeholders.

Dear editor,

The ongoing public discussion in regards to water chlorination is of concern.

I am surprised and shocked to find that Cook Islands News has decided on a policy of not allowing non de plume names for letters to the editor. 

Dear editor,

By now Mark Brown, the deputy prime minister, must be thinking he can walk on water.

The line for locals

Wednesday July 17, 2019

Dear Editor,

Are we welcome here? Depends who you are dealing with.

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