New Zealand First wants a law change so Cook Islands, Niue and Tokelau residents are not required to live five years over the age of 50 in New Zealand to be eligible for NZ Super.
A four month ban on purse seine vessel’s setting fish aggregated devices (FADs) in Cook Islands waters starts in July.
Political reform is top on the agenda for the new deputy leader of the Cook Islands’ main opposition party.
Leader of the Opposition William ‘Smiley’ Heather says he is disappointed that Financial Secretary Richard Neves has rejected any review of public sector wages against rises in the cost of living.
Rarotonga locals are looking forward to building new websites for their businesses with the new tricks they picked up at a Digital Marketing seminar yesterday.