Rashneel Kumar

Rashneel Kumar

Master plan’ for refreshing

Monday December 02, 2019

Growers develop audacious plan to rejuvenate industry – but they need government backing to find land and labour. 

Cook Islands’ cuisine, like its language, is under threat of extinction – and local food experts say the revival needs to start now. 

Sahay sad for terror victims

Saturday November 30, 2019

The worried Cook Islands beauty queen was secured with other Miss World contestants during the nearby London terror attack. 

The Justice Ministry is willing to discuss terms around the dismissal of Arorangi Prison head Henry Heather, says his lawyer Norman George.

The Mitiaro man rebuilt his life after being paralysed in a Cook Islands bike crash; this week his family were mourning his unexpected death. Rashneel Kumar and NZ Herald report.

Holmes where heart is

Wednesday November 27, 2019

Valentine Holmes’ return to NRL has got the national rugby league body excited.

Anti-chlorine group demands government to provide details on how the chlorinated water would be removed and disposed. 

Decriminalising homosexuality would be a positive step towards a more inclusive and fair Cook Islands society, says the New Zealand High Commission.

Raining on the parade

Tuesday November 26, 2019

Cook Islands Meteorological Service has issued a heavy rain warning for Rarotonga.

Concern over battery farm

Monday November 25, 2019

Environmental group asks about plans for toxic chemicals in batteries. 

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