Letters to the Editor

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Over the holidays I met a friend having lunch out with her husband.

I watched Member of Parliament George Angene (Maggie) on CI Television on Tuesday evening (January 2), dressed in his customary pink suit pleading to the people of Tupapa Maraerenga to re-elect him as their Member of Parliament for a third term.

Some questions for business leader

Monday January 08, 2018

I attended Thursday’s public meeting held by the Cook Islands Chamber of Commerce, attended by New Zealand deputy prime minister Winston Peters and fronted by CICC president, Stephen Lyons.

To all the marvellous, supportive, knowledgeable and loyal readers and contributors, who together with the hard-working, dedicated and super-efficient staff of the newspaper, collectively make up the “CINews family”

We stayed at Vaimaanga for two weeks recently and had the discomfort of two lots of intruders.

It is not easy to deal with some aspects of the faith which was once delivered unto us the saints by the Apostles of the Lord Jesus Christ.

“Truth Seeka’s” letter in CINews on December 20 was an interesting and revealing read.

I read the article from Bishop Tutai Pere regarding Christmas.

An interesting piece of egocentric writing in your paper of December 18 was pointed out to me this week by colleagues.

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