Pride in same-sex fairness campaign

Thursday November 28, 2019

First Lady Tuaine Marsters launched the Pride Cook Islands campaign last night.

Young designers sewing up a storm

Thursday November 28, 2019

Five designers have worked tirelessly over the past few months stitching, unstitching and making changes to their garments for the Te Ata o Avaiki show this evening.

High Court hears CM Contracting is ‘hopelessly insolvent’, to dismay of growing list of creditors. 

Eleven contestants rock the stage at the Mama Rauti Para event in Auckland. 

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

Campaign against same sex law

Wednesday November 27, 2019

A campaign to push for decriminalising of same sex will be launched tonight.

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

Netball courts back in court

Tuesday November 26, 2019

Owners of the Muri netball courts say they have been left with no choice but to renew their legal fight to stop the development of a health centre.

Select committee chairman Tingika Elikana is to meet this week with Louisa Wall, a New Zealand MP who has spoken out strongly against the select committee’s decision to reinstate same-sex relations in the Crimes Act.

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