No preferential treatment for MPs: police

No preferential treatment for MPs: police

Prime Minister Henry Puna and Atiu Member of Parliament Nandi Glassie did not receive preferential treatment, say police.

Health funding set to increase

Minister of Health Nandi Glassie has announced funding for health initiatives will be given an increase in the 2014-15 budget, which is expected to be tabled in Parliament later this month.

Humour used to help tackle youth issues

Kiwi Comedian Mike King has bee delivering barrels of laughs on the island to help raise funds for Te Vaerua Community Rehabilitation.

PNG church group on dream trip to Cooks

A visiting delegation from Papua New Guinea currently in Rarotonga is fulfilling a long-held dream by coming to the Cook Islands.

George slams police integrity

Lawyer Norman George is slamming the conduct of police in relation to two key investigations involving two of the nation’s leading politicians.

National

Aitutaki yoga-SUP retreat goes global

Aitutaki yoga-SUP retreat goes global

Aitutaki yoga-SUP retreat goes global

Aitutaki yoga-SUP retreat goes global

Aitutaki yoga-SUP retreat goes global

Aitutaki yoga-SUP retreat goes global

Aitutaki yoga-SUP retreat goes global

Aitutaki yoga-SUP retreat goes global

Aitutaki yoga-SUP retreat goes global

Aitutaki yoga-SUP retreat goes global

Aitutaki yoga-SUP retreat goes global

Aitutaki yoga-SUP retreat goes global

Sport

Takuvaine laces up for Nikao Sokattak

Takuvaine laces up for Nikao Sokattak

Takuvaine laces up for Nikao Sokattak

Takuvaine laces up for Nikao Sokattak

Takuvaine laces up for Nikao Sokattak

Takuvaine laces up for Nikao Sokattak

Takuvaine laces up for Nikao Sokattak

Takuvaine laces up for Nikao Sokattak

Opinion

An ostrich approach to rubbish dumping?

An ostrich approach to rubbish dumping?

An ostrich approach to rubbish dumping?