Fruit find raises bio-security issue

Fruit find raises bio-security issue

Ministry of Agriculture officials are concerned about the increased risk of bio-security risks after prohibited fruit was found in a charter flight passenger’s luggage on Aitutaki last week.

Big shoes to fill in Vaipae-Tautu

The Democratic Party has big shoes to fill in Vaipae-Tautu, and the party expects to announce a candidate to contest the seat next week.

Stable outlook for country confirmed

Standard & Poor's Ratings Services has affirmed its 'B+/B' credit rating for the Cook Islands, saying the country’s economic outlook remains stable. 

Historic flight brings visitors to Aitutaki

A subsidiary of Hainaan Airlines called CAISSA has made history by completing the first charter flight operation from Beijing to Bora Bora (via Papeete) and Aitutaki. 

Minister’s comments ‘odd and irrelevant’

Dear Editor,

Mark Brown’s comments in Wednesday’s paper concerning Spark New Zealand’s sale of its shares in Telecom Cook Islands, is rather odd and irrelevant in my view.

National

Historic flight brings visitors to Aitutaki

Historic flight brings visitors to Aitutaki

Historic flight brings visitors to Aitutaki

Historic flight brings visitors to Aitutaki

Historic flight brings visitors to Aitutaki

Historic flight brings visitors to Aitutaki

Historic flight brings visitors to Aitutaki

Historic flight brings visitors to Aitutaki

Historic flight brings visitors to Aitutaki

Historic flight brings visitors to Aitutaki

Historic flight brings visitors to Aitutaki

Historic flight brings visitors to Aitutaki

Sport

Blowing the whistle at the NRL Nines

Blowing the whistle at the NRL Nines

Blowing the whistle at the NRL Nines

Blowing the whistle at the NRL Nines

Blowing the whistle at the NRL Nines

Blowing the whistle at the NRL Nines

Blowing the whistle at the NRL Nines

Blowing the whistle at the NRL Nines

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A touch of magic

A touch of magic

A touch of magic