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Confusion over fees

Saturday July 18, 2015

The cost of health fees for expatriate workers is still causing confusion, weeks after cabinet passed the new National Health Services Fee Schedule on July 1.

So far only 11 mechanics on Rarotonga and one on Aitutaki are authorised to issue warrants of fitness.

New pharmacy warehouse safer

Friday July 17, 2015

Health officials and staff gathered at Rarotonga hospital on Wednesday to witness the official opening of a new pharmacy warehouse, Are Vairakau.

Smoking ban is on the cards

Thursday July 16, 2015

Smoking inside bars, restaurants, workplaces, schools, buses and cars could soon be completely banned in the Cook Islands.

Health celebrates milestone

Thursday July 16, 2015

A brand new pharmacy warehouse was opened next to the Rarotonga Hospital yesterday morning.

New era for mental health care

Thursday July 16, 2015

A new era of mental health care is emerging in the Cook Islands, with the passing of the first-ever national mental health policy in Cabinet on Tuesday.

While many are still sceptical of climate change, it is undeniable that something in the air, and in the ocean, is changing in the Cook Islands.

The committee for the 50th celebrations is hoping more people will come forward with their idea of a national treasure or milestone.

A new father who vigorously shook and struck his eight-week-old son on the head, was refused bail amidst fears he would flee from Australia to the Cook Islands.

Climate change an opportunity

Tuesday July 14, 2015

Tackling climate change could be the greatest global health opportunity, and Climate Change Cook Islands couldn’t agree more.

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