Politics

OCI announces candidates

Wednesday April 25, 2018

The One Cook Islands (OCI) party has announced its candidates for the June 14 general election.

Finance minister Mark Brown is in Palau to attend the Forum Economic Ministerial Meeting (FEMM) which will be held this week.

Wichman standing for Ruaau

Monday April 23, 2018

The Cook Islands Party executive committee has acknowledged Mr Arama Wichman as their party candidate standing for the people of the Ruaau constituency.

CIP gets set for big day

Monday April 23, 2018

The Cook Islands Party executive committee will complete their nationwide Puna consultations this month when they visit Atiu and Mitiaro.

Further delays are expected in the passing of both the Crimes Bill 2017 and the Marine Resources Bill 2017.

Fibre optic costs questioned

Monday April 23, 2018

Opposition deputy leader James Beer has questioned the viability of the fibre optic cable project which is spearheaded by the Cook Islands Party (CIP) government as one of the major infrastructure development.

Turnout not an issue: Beer

Friday April 20, 2018

A poor turnout at the Democratic Party public meeting for the upcoming General Elections does not indicate a lack of support for the party, says Murienua MP James Beer.

CIP focus on infrastructure

Wednesday April 18, 2018

The Cook Islands Party (CIP) plans to continue focusing on infrastructure heading into the June 14 election.

Early reform questions still valid

Wednesday April 18, 2018

In 2004, the Group for Political Change put the following question to our political leaders:

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