Prime minister Henry Puna described this country as “open for business,” when he spoke at the Taniwha Dragon Economic Summit in Hastings, New Zealand earlier this week.
New Zealand Foreign minister Murray McCully says he wants to achieve further relaxation of the rules applying to New Zealand superannuation and pension portability for Cook Islanders because “it’s affordable and fair.”
A local woman has been turning heads, working for one of the leading international non-government organisations for over a decade.
Eight people will receive their Cook Islands Permanent Residents (PR) certificates next week at a ceremony to be held at Te Atukura in Parekura.
It was a historic moment for Rarotonga when the valve was turned releasing water into the new main ring pipeline around the island last week.