Rashneel Kumar

Rashneel Kumar

Cook Islands Parliament will run a two-day bills workshop starting today at the Crown Beach Resort and Spa in Arorangi.

All set for do-or-die Origin clash

Saturday February 03, 2018

The cricket season will come to a thrilling climax on Rarotonga today – weather permitting – as the island’s best go head to head for the 21 South Group Vaka of Origin title.

Rarotonga-based Jasons Travel Media (Jasons) continues to extend its footprint in the Pacific after launching the first Jasons’ American Samoa visitor map which will be available in market from this month.

Govt gives $255,000 to rebuild vaka

Saturday February 03, 2018

The government is handing more than a quarter of a million dollars over to the Cook Islands Voyaging Society to help rebuild the damaged vaka Marumaru Atua.

Govt wipes out $18m in tax

Monday February 05, 2018

The government has decided to wipe out $18 million as part of a new initiative in their tax amnesty scheme.

Organisers of the 21 South Group Vaka of Origin Cricket Series III are expecting rain to subside by later today so they can host the men’s clash this weekend.

CI Tourism praised for good work

Friday February 02, 2018

Cook Islands Tourism Corporation yesterday received praise for its work in promoting the country as one of the top tourism destinations in the world.

Mozzie proposal a success

Friday February 02, 2018

Cook Islands was one of the four countries whose proposals to step up fight against the mosquito-borne diseases was successful at a recent TechCamp conference in Auckland, New Zealand.

Study shows harassment a real issue

Friday February 02, 2018

Sexual harassment by customers is a problem in the local tourism industry, a study conducted by Cook Islander Lisa Sadaraka has revealed.

While sky gazers across the world were treated to a “super blue blood moon” early yesterday, residents of Rarotonga missed out on the opportunity as excessive cloud kept the rare occurrence out of their sight.

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