Politics

Prime minister Henry Puna has challenged participants in the 37th Annual Pacific Islands Law Officers’ Network (PILON) meeting to consider how the Pacific countries might address their survival of the effects of climate change at an international judicial level.

PSC silent on Ponia issue

Thursday October 11, 2018

The Public Service Commission (PSC) remains tight-lipped about the outcome of an investigation into senior public service staff Ben Ponia, who was appointed Chief of Staff at the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) last week.

PM’s $20,700 jet flight

Wednesday October 10, 2018

Prime minister Henry Puna and a government delegation took a $20,700 flight to Manihiki yesterday morning to attend the official opening of the island’s new airport terminal.

Elikana heads new public accounts body

Wednesday October 10, 2018

Government MP Tingika Elikana will chair the new Public Accounts Committee (PAC) that was established by Parliament late last month.

The Public Service Commissioner is pleased to announce the appointment of Ben Ponia as the new Chief of Staff of the Office of the Prime Minister.  

The Cook Islands Solicitor-General, David James, has praised the recent conference on Legal and Regulatory Frameworks for Political Parties in Vanuatu as a “particularly stimulating and productive conference”.

CINCW proud of female HoMs

Monday October 08, 2018

The Cook Islands National Council of Women (CINCW) has welcomed the recent appointment of three women to the head of ministries (HoMs) posts.

New Zealand High Commissioner Peter Marshall and his personnel hosted a lunch for all members of Parliament at the Crown Beach Resort and Spa on Tuesday.

Glassie off to population conference

Saturday October 06, 2018

Nandi Glassie has been invited to attend the Asia Pacific Population Conference (APPC) in Auckland, New Zealand, next week as a resource facilitator.

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