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The signatures of over 4,000 Cook Islanders opposed to the controversial growth of the purse seine fishing industry in our waters were finally tabled in parliament yesterday.

New look at compulsory helmets

Tuesday December 15, 2015

Members of Parliament want to ensure the death of a young man on our roads over the weekend will not be in vain, calling for a select committee to be set up to look at making helmets compulsory in the Cook Islands.

Cabinet gets down to business

Monday December 14, 2015

All six members of Cabinet will be in Rarotonga this week as parliament begins its sitting today.

The Cook Islands Tertiary Training Institute has said ka kite to two valuable members of its staff.

Miss Pacific Islands crowned

Monday December 14, 2015

The results are in and Miss Papua New Guinea has been handed the crown to reign as Miss Pacific Islands 2015.

Rumours are rife ahead of today’s sitting of parliament with the government remaining tight-lipped about what’s on the agenda.

The Miss Pacific Islands beauties were composed under pressure in their first judged category yesterday.

COP21 in hands of powerful nations

Saturday December 12, 2015

The Cook Islands provided a strong voice in climate negotiators this week, but the future of Pacific Islands will come down to how much the biggest emitters are willing to budge.

The Miss Pacific Islands beauties did not disappoint in a Polynesian extravaganza at Crown Beach Resort and Spa on Wednesday night.

The Esther Honey Foundation and the government have put up a united approach to the veterinary clinic’s accommodation problems, and say two possible relocation sites in Nikao are being looked at.

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