Turepu defends HOM action

Turepu defends HOM action

Minister of the Environment Kiriau Turepu has defended criticism of his office’s handling of the departure of a senior and long-serving public servant.

Sheraton site under negotiation

Negotiations between the landowner and developer of the derelict Sheraton Hotel are continuing in the hope that the Vaimaanga eyesore can soon be transformed into a five-star resort.

Careless driving charge to go before judge only

Seventeen cases were brought before Justice of the Peace John Whitta and assistant Justice of the Peace Carmen Temata in the High Court last Thursday.

Judgement looms for tax protestors

A judgement will ultimately have to be made as to how long Cook Islands tax officials can keep trying to work with pensioners who steadfastly refuse to comply with the law and pay tax on their New Zealand superannuation payments, says Financial Secretary Richard Neves.

Pupils celebrate contest success

Last Friday the students of Rutaki School received their prizes for winning Rarotonga’s “Bike 2 School Week”.

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Historic win for the Cooks

Historic win for the Cooks

Historic win for the Cooks

Historic win for the Cooks

Historic win for the Cooks

Historic win for the Cooks

Historic win for the Cooks

Historic win for the Cooks

Opinion

Mysteries surround land deal

Mysteries surround land deal

Mysteries surround land deal

Features

Miss Aitutaki launch makes history

Miss Aitutaki launch makes history

Miss Aitutaki launch makes history