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LETTERS: Dirty politics or public service?

Dear Editor, I see George Angene, ex-con and current MP, regularly blow drying the main road stretch from his place to Taputapuatea. His sign says, always helping the people, but he is only helping certain people?

2022 is the year to find your voice

The good news is 2021 did bring out the vocalisation of people who took their democratic right to the streets and marched and protested the decisions of the governments trying to protect them, writes Ruta Mave.

On the Street


What does prison say about our society?

Our society is one where we see people through the lens of what we believe they deserve and what we also believe they do not, writes Thomas Tarurongo Wynne.

Opinion


Kata


LETTERS: ‘Prison life is not luxurious’

Dear Editor, in response to Jacqueline Ngatai-Cowan’s letter in CI News January 8, 2022. Firstly, I want to thank her for her concerns regarding her partner’s situation at Arorangi Prison and his medical condition.

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Kata


LETTERS: Are we prepared for Covid?

Dear Editor, talk about putting out a message that is guaranteed to get some backlash from social media (‘We are ready, prepared and protected’, January 11, 2022).

Letters to the Editor


Kata


LETTERS: Solving labour shortage problem

Dear Editor, maybe an agreement of higher wages for an agreed period, to then be reduced back to normal with an incentive programme to increase the wage back to the higher rate agreed upon (No immediate fix for local labour shortage, January 10, 2022).

Letters to the Editor


Kata


LETTERS: Losing our Covid free status

Dear Editor, Let’s think this through for a second (Reduced health clinics when border reopens, January 6, 2022).

Letters to the Editor


The ‘new year, new you’ pressure

It’s now 2022 and it’s around about this time we start to hear the sound of breaking resolutions, writes Ruta Mave.

On the Street


Kata


2022 – the year of decisions

The content of our character is a choice, and day by day we make choices some good some not so good, because choice is the core of what it is to be human, but let us also be clear our choices will always have an effect on others.

Opinion


Even the smallest splash can make a large ripple

Te Ipukarea Society intern Itirangi Pennycook writes about her experience with the local environmental group.

On the Street


LETTERS: A humble plea for help

Dear Editor, I’m not the kind of person who writes letters to the editor, but at this point, I don’t know what else to do. I’m writing this with the hope that someone who reads it will be able to help me or at least point me in the right direction.

Letters to the Editor


Kata


New Year, New Resolution

New Year is traditionally a time for most of us to make resolutions for the year, writes Bishop Paul Donoghue of the Catholic Church.

Editorials


Concern over police handling of arrested citizens in custody

Dear Editor, police handling of arrested citizens held in custody cruel and shameful.

Letters to the Editor


Kata


LETTERS: Hemp – a new cash crop

Dear Editor, in December of 2020 the Fijian Government initiated talks for hemp to replace the sugar industry as the backbone of the economy.

Letters to the Editor


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