Rashneel Kumar

Rashneel Kumar

Dengue bites back again in New Year

Thursday January 09, 2020

Two probable cases of dengue were recorded in the first week of 2020, bringing the total number to 128 since the outbreak began a year ago.

The Opposition has slammed Prime Minister Henry Puna’s decision to speak about the Marae Moana ocean sanctuary at a paid event in United States yesterday.

A local IT consultant is looking forward to a faster and efficient internet when the Manatua cable goes live in the coming months.

Cook Islands is now hooked up to the world through a 3600km undersea cable just 19mm thick – barely the breadth of an adult’s thumb.

Opportunity to impress selectors

Wednesday January 08, 2020

Netball Cook Islands will hold trials for local players hoping to make the national under-21 team for the 2021 World Youth Cup in Fiji.

The fuel company at the centre of the diesel leak in Avatiu harbour is stalling investigations into the major spill.

Cable comes with vow to cut data costs

Wednesday January 08, 2020

Local internet providers are promising cheaper data plans once the submarine cable goes live.

Security officers were called in to “keep peace” amid fears landowners would take over the Youth with a Mission property, in a dispute over unpaid rents.

Sand, sun and lots of fun

Tuesday January 07, 2020

The inaugural Cook Islands Beach Games got off to a superb start with overwhelming entries in the four sports being played at the Beach Courts in Nikao this week.


Americans will pay from $10 to $58 per person to hear the Cook Islands Prime Minister speak in San Francisco tomorrow.

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