Crash back to haunt PM

A car accident late last year involving prime minister Henry Puna that police didn’t process like a normal case by laying charges and having it dealt with in the High Court, has come back to haunt the country’s leader a year later.

‘Turn the TV service off,’ Bluesky told

A small Cook Islands broadcasting company has told Bluesky to stop broadcasting its television service because the telecommunications provider doesn’t have a television broadcasting licence.

Waste problem out of hand

WATSAN is urging the community to be more responsible with the way they dispose of their rubbish, as a mountain of food and recyclable waste builds at the landfill.

Landowners need better protection, says Turepu

Initiating a moratorium on occupation right applications being heard in the Land Court would be a sensible temporary solution while the important land issue is being addressed by the three Rarotonga vaka.

Visitor numbers continue to grow

Visitor arrival figures for August took a slight dip from the previous month, but still recorded growth compared to the same period last year.