The nation’s leaders have become learners this week as part of a special United Nations Development Programme to better understand the workings of parliament.
Government used taxpayer funds and special conditions to give an unparalleled sweetheart deal to a company co-owned by a Cook Islands Party political stalwart who also sits on at least four major state boards.
The Ministry of Marine Resources (MMR) have put the speculations regarding the four Luen Thai longline fishing vessels in Rarotonga to rest after confirming they were here to offload their catch.
Aitutaki Hospital Charge Nurse Kura Ioane coordinated a group of men and women to come and listen to special guest, New Zealand ‘Queen of Cuisine” Anne Thorp yesterday morning.
If you’re looking to learn more about singing, songwriting and performance, you won’t want to miss out on a workshop to be held at PA Ariki’s palace in Turangi on Saturday with soul R&B diva Bella Kalolo.