After months of delay due to July’s snap elections, a budget with details on government spending for the remainder of the financial year is set to be tabled in Parliament next week.
Alleged forced consent by Rarotonga Hospital staff for blood-alcohol analyses from intoxicated crash victims was raised in defence after a man appeared for sentencing for excess blood alcohol.
Instead of putting his feet up, retired teacher Paiere Mokoroa spent his time researching the history of the Atiu Ziona Tapu church and the Nikao CICC church as a hobby.
The Cook Islands will support an agreement designed to give Pacific nations more control over the region’s albacore tuna fishery says MMR Secretary Ben Ponia.
The Ministry of Marine Resources (MMR) will officially handover the new Teachers’ Resource Kit on Fisheries for the Cook Islands today.