Instead of the PM and the Infrastructure Cook Islands minister taking the bull by the horns and coming out with a Muri lagoon plan, they ask the out-of-sight Financial Secretary to deal with it.
“MARK BROWN AND his globe-trotting prime minister Henry Puna have made their mark in the ground against the aronga mana of this country,” a smoke signaller says.
I don’t agree with the tourist who wrote to CI News claiming that tourists are being singled out by the police for not wearing motorcycle helmets, a smoke signaller says.
INSPIRED BY A story in Monday’s CI News, a smoke signaller writing under the name, “Puff Puff,” has come up with an interesting idea: “Would it not be a practical idea to fit one of the shark tags on to the Prime Minister? We would always know where to find him.”
“IT IS JUST appalling that no sooner is the PM back on the island, he turns right around and is back on the plane overseas,” a smoke signaller says.
“Forget about the impact of imports! There are larger variables at play affecting rugby and other codes, number one being a declining population and general disinterest in playing sport these days,” a smoke signaller says.
A smoke signaller says it’s interesting what Tupapa MP George Maggie is able to accomplish without being a cabinet minister, when another MP claims he had to cross the floor to become a minister in order to be able to do community services in his constituency.