Over the course of three days in Aitutaki, Te Ipukarea Society carried out an environmental photography project with 16 members of “Aitutaki Youth With a Vision”. By Te Ipukarea Society intern, Jade Tierney
Public scrutiny of public decisions that involve the public’s wellbeing and are paid for by the public purse should be welcomed and not defended as if the scrutiny of this decision was a personal attack, Thomas Wynne writes.
Rarotonga experienced several hot, still days as 2020 came to a close, affecting the water quality of Muri lagoon. Te Ipukarea Society says we need to investigate if there are linkages to climate change or human development.
"The only meaningful reduction in lending interest rates has come about from our own Government’s contribution towards reducing these lending rate charges ... the banks themselves have done nothing to help."