Fuel price could drop by November

Fuel price could drop by November

Locals could be paying less at the petrol pump in the not-too-distant future thanks to a recent drop in global fuel prices.

PM sidesteps gay issue

Despite the growing movement to decriminalise homosexuality in the Cook Islands, the issue is not on Prime Minister Henry Puna’s agenda.

Time to take a stand on road safety

Enough is enough. The time to take a stand and make a change for the safety of people on Cook Islands’ roads is now, says Dr Aumea Herman.

Napa always ahead of his time

A giant of a man in terms of his life’s accomplishments, Harry Tauei Napa passed away peacefully last week and will be laid to rest today.

Atiu crusher on schedule

Deputy Prime Minister Hon Teariki Heather with his staff from Infrastructure Cook Islands travelled to Atiu last week to begin installation of the Atiu crusher plant.

National

Exercise has exciting start

Exercise has exciting start

Exercise has exciting start

Exercise has exciting start

Exercise has exciting start

Exercise has exciting start

Exercise has exciting start

Exercise has exciting start

Exercise has exciting start

Exercise has exciting start

Exercise has exciting start

Exercise has exciting start

Sport

Football round two gets started today

Football round two gets started today

Football round two gets started today

Football round two gets started today

Football round two gets started today

Football round two gets started today

Football round two gets started today

Football round two gets started today

Opinion

Talk of whale watching ban ‘disturbing’

Talk of whale watching ban ‘disturbing’

Talk of whale watching ban ‘disturbing’

Features

Miss Aitutaki launch makes history

Miss Aitutaki launch makes history

Miss Aitutaki launch makes history