It is important to set the record straight regarding Minister Mac Mokoroa’s statement (on Cook Islands News Facebook page) that dredging of “Muri Lagoon passage” wasn’t permitted to go ahead to allow for the 2008 Pacific Mini Games. The people of Ngatangiia should be congratulated for having the sense not to allow such an ill-conceived project to go ahead.
Dear Editor, A big shout out to all the Rarotongans who have been working so hard to welcome visitors back to the islands. We could see the work that has been going on behind the scenes over the 14 months when the borders were closed. The island is looking so good with so much work […]
Re: Letter to the Editor (July 15) stating that Albizia has replaced acres and acres of native forest. It went on to suggest that eventually the only native trees on Rarotonga will be those in our backyards.
Usually, it’s someone else will say that you are good or have done something well. In this case, it’s the Prime Minister Mark Brown praising himself and government for the most expensive infrastructure project, (actual cost is unknown but this could be well over $95-100 million) and that’s the Te Mato Vai water project.