Liam Ratana

Liam Ratana

The University of Waikato is set to offer study options for Cook Islands residents wishing to become teachers.

Rarotonga may be suffering from a shortage of fish, but fish aggregating devices (FADs) seem to be doing the trick in Aitutaki.

Global Fibre8 Limited, an international supplier of building materials based in New Zealand, allegedly owes a number of Cook Islanders a “substantial amount” of money.

A request for tenders has been issued by Infrastructure Cook Islands (ICI) for the construction of a cyclone shelter on the atoll of Palmerston.

The government has announced a 25-cent increase to the minimum wage.

Prime minister Henry Puna has joined together with other regional leaders to call on North Korea to take concrete action towards the denuclearisation of the Korean Peninsula.

Global Fibre8 Limited, an international supplier of building materials based in New Zealand, is facing legal action for selling faulty products.

Chief Justice of the Cook Islands Sir Hugh Williams QC began his 13-day visit to Rarotonga on Monday. Williams is set to hear a number of cases whilst here. They involve charges ranging from the possession of cannabis to manslaughter.

Thirty cases came up before Justice of the Peace Georgina Williams in the Cook Islands High Court on Thursday last week.

Water authority to be set up

Monday May 21, 2018

A Crown-owned water and waste water authority is to be established in the Cook Islands as a part of the Mei Te Vai Ki Te Vai (MTVKTV) project now underway in Rarotonga.

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