Air crash exercise closes seawall

Thursday November 09, 2017

EMERGENCY workers responded in a multi-agency coordinated emergency response exercise run by the Rarotonga Airport Fire Authority on Wednesday morning.

Polystyrene to get the boot

Thursday November 09, 2017

Infrastructure Cook Islands (ICI) is proposing a ban on the importation of all polystyrene takeaway containers in a bid to deal with a rapidly-growing waste problem.

Project progress is up to Cabinet

Thursday November 09, 2017

The project to improve the Punanga Nui market is now in the hands of government ministers as they look into procuring materials that will improve the popular Saturday attraction.

Parliament set to meet in three weeks

Thursday November 09, 2017

The second sitting of the Parliament for this year is scheduled for November 27.

Training ends in ‘disaster’

Thursday November 09, 2017

Senior police officers attended an Australian Federal Police training session bringing them up to speed with Command Coordinate and Control (C3) procedures on Tuesday.

No moves yet on ‘Paradise Papers’

Thursday November 09, 2017

The Cook Islands Financial Intelligence Unit says it will properly investigate if it is provided with information that indicates that there has been any criminal activity or financial misconduct in this country in connection with the “Paradise Papers”.

You can help Alanna to be a winner

Thursday November 09, 2017

Miss Cook Islands Alanna Smith is competing in the Miss World pageant in Sanya, China and she is calling on everyone in the Cook Islands to vote for her.

The island community is rallying around a family who lost everything in a devastating fire that destroyed their home on Tuesday evening last week.

Bluesky to begin costly restoration

Thursday November 09, 2017

Work has begun on obtaining replacement equipment for the mobile network core destroyed in the fire at Bluesky’s Aroa station on Friday, October 27.

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