Aid ‘over-reliance’ unhealthy, says Beer

Aid ‘over-reliance’ unhealthy, says Beer

The Cook Islands government’s “chronic over-reliance” on aid from foreign agencies including China is unhealthy, says Opposition deputy leader James Beer.

Climate, fishing dominate meetings

Pacific Islands Forum Leaders and the prime minister of Japan, Shinzo Abe committed to stronger action on climate change and the sustainable management of fisheries resources at the Eight Pacific Islands Leaders Meeting (PALM 8) in Iwaki-city, Fukishima, Japan on Saturday (CI time).

Water authority to be set up

A Crown-owned water and waste water authority is to be established in the Cook Islands as a part of the Mei Te Vai Ki Te Vai (MTVKTV) project now underway in Rarotonga.

Tepaki to unveil tourism-led ‘prosperity plan’

Developers Merchant of Paradise will next week unveil a 5-star signature “tourism-led” Paradise Prosperity Plan (PPP), for developing the Pa Enua, says director Tim Tepaki.

Mangaia gets $247k worth of football equipment

Football equipment and transportation worth $247,000 were blessed and officially handed over to the Mangaia Football Association on Tuesday.

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Nukutere College hosts artists’ visit

Nukutere College hosts artists’ visit

Nukutere College hosts artists’ visit

Nukutere College hosts artists’ visit

Nukutere College hosts artists’ visit

Nukutere College hosts artists’ visit

Nukutere College hosts artists’ visit

Nukutere College hosts artists’ visit

Nukutere College hosts artists’ visit

Nukutere College hosts artists’ visit

Nukutere College hosts artists’ visit

Nukutere College hosts artists’ visit

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Sea Eagles soar through to semis

Sea Eagles soar through to semis

Sea Eagles soar through to semis

Sea Eagles soar through to semis

Sea Eagles soar through to semis

Sea Eagles soar through to semis

Sea Eagles soar through to semis

Sea Eagles soar through to semis

Sea Eagles soar through to semis

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