Cameron Scott

Cameron Scott

Cameron Scott is the former editor of several community newspapers in New Zealand. He is now editor of the daily Cook Islands News, a position he has held previously. A former travel writer and features editor, he has operated an advertising and public relations company as well as a small publishing venture. Before moving back to the Cook Islands he worked as a freelance writer and relieving community newspapers editor for the Bay of Plenty Times in Tauranga, New Zealand. 

Focus on negotiations

Monday January 15, 2018

With possible graduation from developing country status to developed within the next couple of years, the Cook Islands Government continues to strengthen its ability to manage the evolving global geopolitical and economic environment in which it has to operate.

The row over an Australian senator’s criticism of Chinese aid activities in Pacific countries gained momentum yesterday, with specific mention of the Cook Islands’ involvement with the Asian superpower mentioned in several online news stories.

A Christchurch botanist who devoted three decades of research into the wild plants and flowers of the Cook Islands, has died aged 90.

Tourists are continuing to play Russian roulette with the country’s motorcycle helmet laws despite continued warnings from the Cook Islands Police Service and from motorcycle rental outlets.

Family celebrates a second reunion

Friday December 29, 2017

With hundreds of Cook Islanders living in New Zealand, Australia and other countries returning to the Cook Islands for their summer holidays, it’s the season for family reunions

Enter this year’s fabulous CI News Memories of Summer photo competition and you could win one of two Samsung Galaxy J5 Pro smartphones, proudly sponsored by the Bank of the Cook Islands.

Suicidal in crash aftermath

Friday December 22, 2017

Polish tourist Rafal Maziarz, who collided with an oncoming motorcycle carrying two people while turning his car into the Esther Honey clinic last month, says he became so anxious and depressed when he was hit with a $30,000 claim for injuries, that he became suicidal.

An elderly woman who has been living in a tent for the last six months will soon have a house of her own.

Charges are yet to be laid against publisher George Pitt, following a complaint made to police last Friday by Office of the Opposition chief executive Wilkie Rasmussen, alleging Pitt had committed extortion.

Pitt hit with police complaint

Monday December 04, 2017

A complaint has been lodged with police after publisher George Pitt attempted to force a change of government this week by allegedly threatening to run a damaging article about Demo Party leader Tina Browne in his weekly newspaper.

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