Emmanuel Samoglou

Emmanuel Samoglou

Helmet law now in effect

Thursday October 01, 2020

No more warnings and extensions, as of today motorcyclists and passengers must wear a helmet or risk incurring a hefty fine. 

A multiyear initiative aiming to contribute towards achieving a higher standard of living among Cook Islanders concludes this year.

Replacing an outdated copper wire network in Rarotonga is key to bringing faster and reliable internet, but it’s a time consuming process that will take years to complete. 

A Business Trade and Investment Board staff member has been suspended in a matter that has brought on the involvement of the Cook Islands Audit Office. 

Will Manatua Cable deliver development?

Saturday September 26, 2020

The multi-million dollar Manatua Cable is finally in use, but what role will it play in furthering economic diversification. 

Happy to be home

Saturday September 26, 2020

Another round of returnees has made their way back home to Rarotonga.

Pa Enua athletes need helmets: Police

Friday September 25, 2020

There will be no respite from the soon-to-be-enforced helmet law during next month’s Cook Islands Games, police say.

Fate of toa trees hang in the balance

Thursday September 24, 2020

Residents and other concerned members of the community have rallied to save the toa trees outside Takitumu School.

Few may have noticed, but the Manatua Cable is finally in operation and delivering data from North America, through Tahiti, to internet users in Rarotonga and Aitutaki. 

Embarking on new beginnings as Kiwis

Wednesday September 23, 2020

New Zealand High Commissioner to Cook Islands Tui Dewes says people choosing New Zealand as the place they want to link their identity to is something that gives her a sense of pride.

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