Economy

New data shows the country’s economy contracted by 4.8 per cent last year, although there were encouraging signs of growth in sectors such as agriculture.

The Cook Islands National Super Fund is today sending out written advice to individual members that, due to no contributions by their employers, they are not eligible for the death benefits under the scheme.

European markets showing growth

Wednesday August 20, 2014

Updates on European tourism markets were the focus of a stakeholders meeting held earlier this week.

Inflation rise less than expected

Thursday August 14, 2014

An increase in Value Added Tax earlier this year has not had a major impact on the overall inflation rate yet, according to new data.

No change at the fuel pumps

Friday August 08, 2014

Cook Islanders are continuing to pay among the highest retail prices for petrol and diesel in the Pacific Region, according to a new report.

Good governance and economics

Friday July 25, 2014

Good governance describes how public offices manage our country affairs and national resources.

Superfund grows by $13.7 million

Wednesday July 09, 2014

The Cook Islands National Superannuation Fund has announced its full-year results for 2013, showing members received an 8.86 per cent return on their investment.

Airport Authority eyes up growth

Saturday July 05, 2014

Huge opportunities exist for the Airport Authority to grow its business activity and increase commercial revenue, says Chief Executive Joe Ngamata.

New statistics show gross turnover for all industries in the Cook Islands rose by just over $10 million between the March quarters last year and this year.

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