Rashneel Kumar

Rashneel Kumar

Cook Islands swimmers are safe amidst reports of a fatal incident within the vicinity of the FINA World Championships venue in Gwangju, South Korea.

Stage set for Raro Water Music

Saturday July 27, 2019

Popular lagoon cruise tour company Koka Lagoon Cruises’ new glass bottom boat comes with an entertainment stage.

A petition against chlorinating Rarotonga’s drinking water will be distributed today.

Two senior public servants are paid outside of the top salary band, pocketing more than $130,000 annually.

League wants better build-up

Friday July 26, 2019

Cook Islands Rugby League Association is looking for some international matches for the women’s team ahead of the Women’s World Cup 2021.

Team Cook Islands will be participating in the Te Maeva Nui Float Parade today to celebrate their Pacific Games success.

Quit MP’s pay cut off

Friday July 26, 2019

Te-Hani Brown is no longer getting paid an MP’s salary as of this month, the Clerk of Parliament has confirmed.

The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime will advise Cook Islands authorities on how to run a session on anti-corruption at an Ombudsman investigator training which includes the Cook Islands.

The local telecommunications company is promising better internet service for its customers after adding more capacity to its system.

Health Secretary Dr Josephine Herman is holding down four jobs, moonlighting as a general practitioner at two clinics in New Zealand and advising that country’s health officials.

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