New cars give VIPs ‘some class’

New cars give VIPs ‘some class’

The infamous ‘$600,000 cars’ were officially handed over to the Prime Minister’s office last week for the 50th anniversary of self-government celebrations.

Mineral claim coming

The Cook Islands is poised to become the latest country to lay claim to an area in the mineral rich Clarion-Clipperton Zone (CCZ).

No HOM names till party is over

The shortlist for the country’s top jobs is with the prime minister, but Henry Puna says he doesn’t want to deal with this until after the Te Maeva Nui 50th celebrations.

Mammogram bus takes to the road

For the first three days of this week a 19-seater green bus will be doing circuits around the hostels taking visiting women from the Pa Enua up to the hospital for a mammogram. 

The show continues

It started with a bang and it’s set to provide non-stop action all week.

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New cars give VIPs ‘some class’

New cars give VIPs ‘some class’

New cars give VIPs ‘some class’

New cars give VIPs ‘some class’

New cars give VIPs ‘some class’

New cars give VIPs ‘some class’

New cars give VIPs ‘some class’

New cars give VIPs ‘some class’

New cars give VIPs ‘some class’

New cars give VIPs ‘some class’

New cars give VIPs ‘some class’

New cars give VIPs ‘some class’

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