Richard Moore

Richard Moore

While police did not have a busy weekend, it would have been even quieter if people had not been drinking.

Three roaming dogs attacked a tethered cow near the taro patches on the airport end of Tongatai Rd on Sunday evening.

That tree beside your house, the hedge that is so high you cannot see your neighbour, the leak in your roof. They affect lives every day.’

Three New Zealand swimmers took out the top spots in the Boiler Race at Avarua Harbour yesterday. First home was Rebecca Clarke (centre), second place who led the race from start to finish.
In second spot was Sophie Corbidge (left) and third place went to Sarah Mortimer (right). 17051133

Independent candidate John Henry believes there will be a voter backlash against the Cook Islands Party in next week’s RAPPA by-election. 

Commissioner Maara Tetava last week told the Parliament Public Accounts Committee that low police salaries could be among the reasons for the high number of officers leaving the service.

Culture pleads for more funds

Wednesday May 10, 2017

Culture secretary Anthony Turua has called for his cash-strapped ministry to be given more funds.

The future of the Cook Islands and its people is in the ocean that surrounds us, prime minister Henry Puna believes.

Richard Moore recently sat down for a chat with prime minister Henry Puna. The interview covered wide-ranging topics, and this is how it went…

Travel part of the job, says PM

Thursday May 04, 2017

The Cook Islands needs to be conscious of our isolation and distance from everybody and realise we can’t do business with our friends by email or by Skype, says prime minister Henry Puna.

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