The Cook Islands Police Service is disappointed at the slow response to the three-month arms amnesty launched in January.
A front page story in New Zealand’s Sunday News newspaper last weekend has drawn attention to this country’s efforts to improve road safety.
Work on the second stage of the Te Mato Vai (TMV) project will start soon. It will be co-founded by the Cook Islands and the New Zealand governments.
Twenty-four senior students of Apii Avarua were awarded their new roles as prefects for the year 2017 at the National Auditorium on February 17.
The 2017 Te Kai Maori festival got off to a good start yesterday morning despite drizzling rain and strong winds at the Punanga Nui Market.