Economy

Government officials are working against the odds to alert the public over a plague of misinformation and greed that’s being promoted on social media within the community. 

Since the option to repatriate became available, 22 Filipino workers have said goodbye to Rarotonga and returned to their homeland as their employment contracts ended.

National superfund boss Damien Beddoes has welcomed government’s ‘think tank’ group’s suggestion that members should not withdraw any funds during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Audit report casts doubt on finances

Saturday October 17, 2020

Opposition Democratic Party slams government over “deeply concerning” findings by auditor. 

The presence of a Cook Islands High Commission in Fiji is expected to enable some opening of business opportunities for Cook Islands private sector.

Make your vote count

Wednesday October 14, 2020

If you haven’t already voted in the 2020 New Zealand general election, you still have time to have your say.

Teenagers have begun taking advantage of free Wi-Fi access from local upstart internet provider, Kuk i Net.

Maritime borders formally established

Wednesday October 14, 2020

A multi-year effort to formally establish the nation’s maritime zones is being described by government as a “demonstration of sovereignty and agency over its extensive oceans resources”. 

High demand for domestic travel

Tuesday October 13, 2020

Covid-19 has decimated international travel options making domestic tourism and travel “the new normal”. 

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