Rashneel Kumar

Rashneel Kumar

Government has dismissed the Opposition’s comments on the Cook Islands reliance on aid and loan from foreign agencies including China, as simply electioneering.

It may be an overused cliché but in Ngatangiia/Matavera Sea Eagles’ case, this rings true: They came they saw, and they conquered.

Puna back home from PALM

Monday May 21, 2018

 Prime minister Henry Puna was expected to arrive back in the country yesterday from the Pacific Islands Leaders Meeting in Fukushima, Japan.

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

The Tupapa Panthers are through to the domestic rugby league final after a 22-16 win over Avatiu Nikao Eels in the preliminary playoff yesterday.

About 500 people gathered yesterday to pay their final respect to Cook Islands legend Teanuanua Teariki Kamana, OBE, known to most as Papa Dan Kamana, who passed away last week.

Prime minister Henry Puna and fellow Pacific Island Forum leaders met with their Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe for the 8th Pacific Islands Leaders Meeting (PALM) in Fukushima, Japan yesterday.

There have been concerns raised at the large number of young people who remain unengaged and disinterested in politics.

The calm before the storm

Friday May 18, 2018

This is not a natural disaster warning or a doomsday prophecy, but terror will definitely strike at the BCI Stadium in Nikao today.

Cook Islands National Youth Council (CINYC) has hailed the ELECT Cook Islands Youth Parliament, which ended yesterday, a success.

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