Rashneel Kumar

Rashneel Kumar

It would be shortsighted for the Cook Islands to put all its energy into fighting methamphetamine alone, says an addictions expert.

Henry Puna is being challenged to press for United Nations intervention in West Papua, where Indonesia has been accused of genocide.

Te-Hani Brown was seemingly oblivious of her father’s attempts to get her elected to Parliament by chartering a plane for her by-election rally, the court has ruled.

Bread prices go up

Thursday August 08, 2019

The wholesale and retail prices of bread in the Cook Islands will increase from tomorrow.

Cooks rugby chief resigns

Wednesday August 07, 2019

Cook Islands Rugby Union has appointed Simiona Teiotu as the interim president following the resignation of Sean Smith.

Road death toll rises to three

Wednesday August 07, 2019

An Arorangi man has become the latest road fatality after his motorbike crashed at Ruatonga on Monday night.

Driving mishaps involving alcohol dominated the weekend incidents recorded by the Cook Islands Police Service.

Bluesky not fazed by govt plans

Tuesday August 06, 2019

The major shareholder of Bluesky Cook Islands believes the company will maintain its dominance despite government’s plan to end the monopoly on the market.

The Avatiu Sports Association will be hosting a special “Meitaki maata kaikai” for their members who competed at the recent Pacific Games.

Court case offers hope to woman

Saturday August 03, 2019

Nara Pera had her retirement planned out.

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