New push for UN membership

Wednesday October 04, 2017

The Cook Islands government is making a new push for membership of the United Nations.

Court busy despite date confusion

Wednesday October 04, 2017

Despite some confusion after its weekly sitting was postponed from Thursday to Friday last week, the Avarua High Court was busy dealing with a wide variety of cases, including six involving assaults on females.

Brown takes on pension issue

Wednesday October 04, 2017

The government will make the highest representations to New Zealand to have a “ridiculous” mistake by the New Zealand Ministry of Social Development (NZMSD) corrected, says Finance minister Mark Brown.

Commissioner Maara Tetava is representing the Cook Islands Police Service at the Royal

If there is one thing that University of Otago graduate and Miss Cook Islands 2017 Alanna Smith knows well, it’s that the better prepared you are, the less stressed you will be.

Hours in the gym richly rewarded

Tuesday October 03, 2017

The hours spent in the gym for Miss Cook Islands, Alanna Smith, go hand-in-hand with her fundraising efforts.

A genuine community champion, would be an accurate description of Henry Napa.

The Cook Islands government has entered into a second agreement relating to seabed minerals with the United States-based company Ocean Minerals LLC (OML).

Tourism week was a hive of colourful activity, with Cook Islands Tourism Corporation awarding the top 30 individuals and businesses on both Rarotonga and Aitutaki for their continuous contribution to the Cook Islands tourism industry at the A1 Meitaki Awards.

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