The Ministry of Transport is looking at improving a number of its services and is seeking technical assistance to develop and implement its Quality Management System (QMS) and supporting policy and procedures for its maritime, aviation and corporate divisions.

Cable-laying work goes west

Tuesday March 13, 2018

Motorists are being reminded that movement around the west side of Rarotonga will be affected by a major cable replacement project being undertaken by Te Aponga Uira at the end of the month.

Hosking part of UN team in PNG

Tuesday March 13, 2018

Cook Islander Elizabeth Hosking is part of the United Nations Disaster Assessment and Coordination (UNDAC) team in Papua New Guinea for response to the recent earthquake.

Police to inspect WOF issuers

Tuesday March 13, 2018

The Cook Islands Police yesterday began and auditing all business operators who have been licensed to issue Warrants of Fitness (WOF) for vehicles since July 2015.

The Cook Islands Law Society (CILS) began its lecture series with a lecture by Doctor Alex Frame, a renowned law professor who specialises in Pacific islands constitutional law, last week.

One of the first female Cook Island graduates from the University of South Pacific will host a talk at the USP on Wednesday.

Tuavera wants hot mix road in Muri

Wednesday March 07, 2018

Concerns have been raised regarding Infrastructure Cook Islands’ plan to use two coat chip seal for pavement surfacing in the Rarotonga Road Improvement Project.

Music in a tree, for free

Tuesday March 06, 2018

Beach-goers braving a breezy Muri beach on Sunday afternoon were treated to some excellent free entertainment from two locals perched on a platform in an ironwood tree.

Fundraiser will help fire victim

Tuesday March 06, 2018

Members of the Cook Islands community have organised a fundraiser this Friday for Mama Ake Lewis, whose Atupa house was consumed by fire two Fridays ago.

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