Jaimie Keay

Jaimie Keay

The festive season is here and with it have come many enquiries regarding public holiday leave, pay and other entitlements for employees.

Christmas cheer arrived early for the senior citizens of Tauhunu in Manihiki last Saturday, school children on the island delivered festive hampers to them.

The depth of the Police Service is a little shallower this week as we bid a fond farewell to Apera Bishop, who is turning in his sergeant’s stripes after three decades in uniform.

Dear Editor,

Sorry, but Mrs Hosking (CINews December 10). does not speak for all Maukeans.

People who wish to continue with their Oyster email services (i.e. oyster.net.ck) can do so now after a local IT expert took over the services from Bluesky Cook Islands.

New Zealand could fund TMV repairs

Monday December 10, 2018

New Zealand's Ministry of Foreign Affairs says it is happy for the Cook Islands to use some of its aid grant to repair a just installed water supply system.

Smoke Signals

Saturday December 08, 2018

No constricting belts or one-way roads, says Pence

“We don’t drown our partners in a sea of debt, we don’t coerce, or compromise your independence … we don’t offer a constricting belt or a one-way road.” US president Mike Pence takes aim at another world superpower bent on world domination, at the recent APEC meeting in Papua New Guinea.

Clarifying the confusion over MPAs

Saturday December 08, 2018

Prime minister Henry Puna speaks often at conferences and in the pages of international magazines about how the Cook Islands possesses the world’s largest marine-protected area.

Cook Islands Tourism Corporation has coordinated three Vaka Pride community projects on the islands of Rarotonga, Aitutaki and Mauke.

Visiting teams are top seeds in sevens

Thursday December 06, 2018

The visiting Kerikeri and Tasman teams from New Zealand are the top seeds in The Edgewater U16 College Sevens Tournament which starts tomorrow at Arorangi Field.

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