Richard Moore

Richard Moore

Financial Secretary Garth Henderson has asked people interested in having an input into future Budget considerations to not be “keyboard warriors” on Facebook, but face-to-face participants when the government asks for their opinions.

Police are refuting claims that the introduction of new laws regarding motorbike helmets - and higher fees for first-time riders - have affected the number of licences being issued.

Dr Debi Futter-Puati has written an education resource based on her work for her doctorate. A fifth of CI children were spoken to about their needs in terms of intimate relationships.

The Cook Island parliament opened its new session yesterday with the swearing in of two Members of Parliament.

Selina Napa says there are a lot of big issues to consider in the next parliament and – despite being a member of the Opposition - she just wants some of the bills passed.

Seven bags of starry hope are to jet off from Rarotonga and make their way to Brisbane where they will become part of the One Million Stars to End Violence project.

Rose goes back to CIP

Monday June 19, 2017

In a shock move, former Opposition parliamentary leader Rose Brown has rejoined the ranks of the government.

The close relationship between Cook Islands and New Zealand appeared even friendlier yesterday as Kiwi prime minister Bill English bid farewell to our little paradise.

NZ leader comes bearing gifts

Wednesday June 14, 2017

New Zealand’s prime minister spent yesterday on Rarotonga and he came armed with a bagful of gifts.

A large increase in the cost of fees landed Justice Secretary Tingika Elikana in front of the Public Accounts Committee.

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