Rashneel Kumar

Rashneel Kumar

The rise of the Titikaveka Bulldogs should give domestic rugby league title contenders a lot to ponder on ahead of the knockouts.

The new Cook Islands Party (CIP) candidate for Tamarua, Mia Teaurima, is keen on delivering infrastructural developments that his constituency on the island of Mangaia has been missing over the years.

Roland Neururer will be the top local bet in the 24th Air New Zealand Rarotonga Triathlon, which will be held today at the Tikioki Tri Site from 1.30pm.

Eels hoping to bounce back

Saturday May 05, 2018

After their first loss of the season last week, Avatiu Nikao Eels are hoping to bounce back in a mighty clash against defending champions Titikaveka Bulldogs at The Swamp today.

Pupils celebrate new school

Monday May 07, 2018

Prime Minister Henry Puna says China does not deserve criticism, but respect and praise for the support the Asian superpower has given to the Cook Islands and its people.

Netball Cook Islands’ country coordinator John Glassie is pleased with the progress made by the members of the National Netball Academy.

The Arorangi Bears will be hoping to get back to their winning ways when they host Aitutaki Sharks in an interesting tussle today at Raemaru Park.

Chinese market proves tricky

Friday May 04, 2018

Various challenges are putting a stumbling block against the Cook Islands Tourism Corporation’s aim to fully tap into the burgeoning Chinese tourist market.

Internal Affairs minister Albert Nicholas asked the people of the Cook Islands to work with the Cook Islands Party (CIP) to continue “making things happen”.

A celebrative mood kicked off the governing Cook Islands Party (CIP) campaign launch for the 2018 General Elections, at the National Auditorium area on Wednesday night.

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