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.

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Ever thought that our town of Avarua is getting uglier by the day?

Please get flights right

Tuesday October 03, 2017

Just how hard would it be for Air New Zealand to get it right with the telephone flight arrival updates? The Sunday morning flight is sometimes early so we get up at 5am and ring.

Recently a proposed tourism business plan for the Turangi-Matavera area, next to Tropical Sands, was brought to my attention

Some more thoughts on water baptism

Tuesday October 03, 2017

Kia orana to all our people in the precious name of our Lord and Redeemer Jesus Christ.

I was personally disgusted by the appalling unfair treatment of the Sharks coach and players by the Aitutaki rugby league executives.

This is for anyone who didn’t get to read last Friday’s CI News sports section.

Government has various improvement plans for the Muri area, where I live, but none so far address all the issues which I think are involved. More importantly, they don’t address them as a whole. In my view, a holistic approach is the only way to go.

Following the article in CINews this week relating to the abatement of the New Zealand government pension I have received a couple of queries from people trying to understand the different pensions and which are affected.

Dealing with rising sewage problem

Friday September 29, 2017

Regarding the article headlined “The new economy of excrement” in the Wednesday, September 20 edition of your newspaper.

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