Blame it on El Niño

Blame it on El Niño

Everyone’s talking about the heat. And those who are in the know say the current hot and sticky conditions in Rarotonga are most likely the result of how the El Niño weather pattern is currently affecting our part of the Pacific.

PM refuses to suspend Heather

Prime Minister Henry Puna says he won’t suspend Teariki Heather.

Media demands transparency

The country’s top broadcasters and newspapers want government heads of ministries and ministers to be more transparent and accountable to the public.

TPPA is not an easy read

Understanding a trade agreement text can be difficult to deal with says Cook Islands’ Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Immigration trade officer Danny Williams.

Defending champs back on track

After a losing start, defending women’s champion Bounty Hunters went a notch up to register their first win in the Cook Islands Touch Association 2016 season.

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Departure forms removal by cabinet

Departure forms removal by cabinet

Departure forms removal by cabinet

Departure forms removal by cabinet

Departure forms removal by cabinet

Departure forms removal by cabinet

Departure forms removal by cabinet

Departure forms removal by cabinet

Departure forms removal by cabinet

Departure forms removal by cabinet

Departure forms removal by cabinet

Departure forms removal by cabinet

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