“OH MY GOODNESS.how can Albert Nicolas go on CITV dressed in “working gear, dark glasses” and show himself as being an ‘action man’?”
“IT IS WITH complete bewilderment that we read in CI News of Finance minister Brown spouting off about the unprecedented revenue visitor numbers are bringing in to the Cook Islands economy…
BROWN, BROWN, HEATHER, Heather, Pitt, Pitt, Puna, Pawn. No wonder Parliament is a mess. The lines are blurred on the chess board, there is no Bishop and by George, it looks like the Queen has all the moves!
“DRIVING ALONG A back road recently, I rounded a corner and was suddenly caught up in a strong mist of bug spray which was being used on water melons.”
IT’S GREAT TO see businesses on the island like the new Mini Golf in Arorangi that provide our young people with activities. I believe these are the kinds of things that keep the younger generation occupied and out of trouble.
SOMEONE needs to tell tourists that if a dog is wearing a collar, but is following you along a road or a beach to your resort, it is hanging around you because you’ve given it food. Chances are that when you drop them off at SPCA or Esther Honey as a “stray”, the kind people there are going to tell you that a universal sign of pet ownership is — you guessed it — a collar.
“Now the corrupt Teina Bishop has been sentenced this should spell the end of OCI as a viable political movement,” a smoke signaler says.
“I COMMEND TANIARA Mataroa for being brave enough to speak up on the issue of our so-called ambassador for the royal council,” a smoke signaller says.