Rashneel Kumar

Rashneel Kumar

The Cook Islands Party (CIP) remains hopeful of some good news when the final counting of votes from the general election is finalised later this month.

A three-day workshop on domestic violence last week helped participants to understand the different forms of abuse victims can be subjected to in a domestic setting.

A first-time voter in the 2018 general elections said she faced a mammoth task in making what she considered the right choice heading to the polls yesterday.

Mother and daughter, Rose and Tehani Brown, made a clean sweep in Atiu winning the Teenui-Mapumai and Tengatangi-Areora-Ngatiarua seats, respectively, in yesterday’s general elections.

RWC hopes still have life

Thursday June 14, 2018

Hong Kong had double cause to celebrate on Saturday after their 39-5 victory over Korea not only gave them a first-ever Asia Rugby Championship title, but also kept their hopes of qualifying for Rugby World Cup 2019 alive.

Majority against tourist limit

Thursday June 14, 2018

Fifty per cent of Cook Islanders are against the idea of putting a cap on the number of tourists visiting the country.

Leaders upbeat about chances

Wednesday June 13, 2018

The leaders of the Cook Islands Party (CIP) and Democratic Party are both optimistic of their chances heading into tomorrow’s general elections.

Table Tennis Cook Islands is pleased with the outcome of the international events it hosted at the Bluesky Sports Arena last week.

Internal Affairs minister and Cook Islands Party candidate Albert Nicholas is back in Rarotonga, well and ready to serve the people of his RAPPA constituency for another term.

Social media websites such as Facebook have become a vital campaign tool for the major political parties in the Cook Islands to engage with voters leading up to the 2018 general election which will be held this Thursday on June 14.

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