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Looking for signs of funding

Tuesday August 18, 2015

New road signs to help tourists better navigate Rarotonga roads are on the radar for Cook Islands Tourism, Infrastructure Cook Islands and Cook Islands Police.

Report looks at new cable

Tuesday August 18, 2015

Finance Minister Mark Brown has released a report on the possibility of a new telecommunications cable between Rarotonga and French Polynesia.

PM praises TMN 2015

Tuesday August 18, 2015

The 50th anniversary celebrations are well and truly over, but Prime Minister Henry Puna says the spirit of the event lives on.

News for disqualified drivers

Tuesday August 18, 2015

LOCAL lawyer Mark Short says there are a few things disqualified drivers need to know, especially to lessen the possible burden of their disqualification on family members.

Readiness call is for everyone

Tuesday August 18, 2015

If there is one message that needs to get out into the public in relation to disaster preparedness, it is that it’s everyone’s responsibility.

PM ‘fearful’ on flight issue

Monday August 17, 2015

Prime Minister Henry Puna has spoken out about the issue of Sunday flights to Aitutaki, saying he is fearful of making the wrong decision.

CIP ‘solid as one team’ - PM

Monday August 17, 2015

The Cook Islands Party is as strong and stable as ever, says prime minister Henry Puna following his re-election as CIP leader.

Brave the heat and live longer

Saturday August 15, 2015

Fiery foods such as chilli peppers may do more than burn your tongue - they may also help you live longer.

Prime Minister Henry Puna says same-sex marriage is not an issue in the Cook Islands, and that there is no need to deal with it until it becomes one.

Any woman not keen on using oral contraceptives might be swayed by new research which shows the pill can also protect against cancer of the womb.

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