Rashneel Kumar

Rashneel Kumar

Twenty-five Cook Islanders on tertiary New Zealand student loans have had part of their debts paid by the government.

Locals’ favourite rice and garlic are back on the shop shelves after the arrival of new shipment yesterday.

Cooks remain crash test dummies

Thursday May 07, 2020

Covid-19 lock-downs are delaying supplies of safety helmets.

Bareheaded biker killed

Tuesday May 05, 2020

Speeding contributed to the death of a motorcyclist in Arorangi on Sunday night, police say.

Government will now have less representation on the board of Financial Services Development Authority.

Rarotonga’s biggest resort will be busy with 130 quarantined Cook Islands and Mother’s Day dinner guests.

There is growing unhappiness at the Workers Association’s failure to support people in crisis.

Tupapa MP George “Action Man” Maggie has returned to his daily grind, helping out the local community with clearing overgrown vegetation around their homes and nearby the roads.

It’s play time for 18 sports

Saturday May 02, 2020

No league, no football, but netball can seek exemption. 

Olomana off route

Saturday May 02, 2020

A significant downturn in freight volumes to the Pacific will not affect the shipment of goods to the Cook Islands, shipping agents say.

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