Rashneel Kumar

Rashneel Kumar

Sea Eagles eye history

Saturday May 11, 2019

History beckons for Ngatangiia Matavera Sea Eagles in the final round of the domestic rugby league competition today.

If the Sea Eagles beat Arorangi Bears in Raro Cars Rugby League 2019 premier match at Raemaru Park, the side will become the first team to finish the preliminary competition undefeated.

$2.5m claim over shootings

Saturday May 11, 2019

The family of shooting victim Mary Dean has made a claim of more than $2.5 million from the Cook Islands government over negligence and other matters that led to the triple killings of October 19, 2016.

The Fijian community in the country has welcomed the latest arrangement between the superannuation Funds in Fiji and the Cook Islands.

The Cook Islands have developed “quite a bit” in terms of disaster-risk recovery and preparedness in terms of financial instruments, says deputy prime minister Mark Brown.

An 86-year-old magician from Japan will be visiting the Cook Islands later this month, performing various magic acts for children on Rarotonga and Mangaia.

Cook Islands is a sitting duck for the infamous drug cartels that control the international drug flow, says a former Australian detective and Rarotonga-based private investigator.

The undefeated Titikaveka finished the Rarotonga Netball competition on top after the preliminary rounds that ended on Saturday.

Tuck takes out Tour de Raro

Thursday May 09, 2019

New Zealand’s Jeff Tuck claimed the Ride Rarotonga Tour de Raro event on Tuesday.

Flooding a big worry

Thursday May 09, 2019

Flooding was one of the major concerns raised by Rarotonga residents who attended consultations on the Infrastructure Bill 2019.

Cooks in disaster-risk study

Thursday May 09, 2019

A team from the Asian Development Bank (ADB) is in the country to inspect some residential and commercial properties in an effort to improve disaster risk reduction.

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