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Hong Kong’s national rugby team is playing Korea this week in what will be the final game of the 2019 Asia Rugby Championship.

A spate of burglaries over the last week has affected both local residents and visitors, a Cook Islands Police Service spokesman says.

Parties quiet on power deals

Saturday June 02, 2018

The One Cook Islands (OCI) movement could hold the balance of power following this month’s election.

Finance minister Mark Brown is defending the introduction of tariffs for domestic and commercial water users, saying the measures are only intended to encourage water conservation and reduce water wastage on Rarotonga.

The Cook Islands will benefit from New Zealand's locator beacon programme, which will begin here soon.

Manslaughter accused on bail

Thursday May 31, 2018

Two men have appeared before Chief Justice of the Cook Islands Sir Hugh Williams QC in the Cook Islands High Court, both facing serious charges.

Water tariffs are to be introduced for both commercial and residential users on Rarotonga.

One Cook Islands (OCI) leader Teina Bishop says all five of his party’s national policy priorities will be non-negotiable “bottom lines”, should his party hold the balance of power after June 14.

Police attended a motor vehicle crash in the early hours of Sunday morning.

Students from Tereora College visited the Bergman Gallery in Avarua yesterday morning.

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