Rashneel Kumar

Rashneel Kumar

The decision to chlorinate the water supply is a done deal, critics say, despite a public consultation process. 

The newly passed Infrastructure Act states that any contractor found to be damaging roads or cutting and digging holes on the road will be liable to pay for these damages. 

Veteran netball player Luciana Nicholas has been named the flagbearer of Team Cook Islands to the Pacific Games which gets underway this weekend in Apia, Samoa.

Ministers’ new electric cars

Tuesday July 02, 2019

The Prime Minister and three senior ministers are driving new electric cars at a cost of $240,000 to the public.

Team Cook Islands is suited and ready for the Pacific Games which will be held in Apia, Samoa from July 8-20.

“When people are drinking they think they’re 10-foot tall and bulletproof.”

That’s the reaction of Diane Fletcher, one of the first motorists on the scene after another horror smash on the Cook Islands’ most unforgiving stretch of road, by the Nikao seawall.

League after new name

Saturday June 29, 2019

The Cook Islands rugby league is looking for a new name.

Former Cultural Development secretary Sonny Williams has taken over an important role with Infrastructure Cook Islands.

A group has been formed to mobilise opposition to chlorine in Rarotonga’s piped water.

Warnings that stench from a proposed sewage treatment plant will blow back over Rarotonga. 

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