Richard Moore

Richard Moore

Selina Napa says there are a lot of big issues to consider in the next parliament and – despite being a member of the Opposition - she just wants some of the bills passed.

Seven bags of starry hope are to jet off from Rarotonga and make their way to Brisbane where they will become part of the One Million Stars to End Violence project.

Rose goes back to CIP

Monday June 19, 2017

In a shock move, former Opposition parliamentary leader Rose Brown has rejoined the ranks of the government.

The close relationship between Cook Islands and New Zealand appeared even friendlier yesterday as Kiwi prime minister Bill English bid farewell to our little paradise.

NZ leader comes bearing gifts

Wednesday June 14, 2017

New Zealand’s prime minister spent yesterday on Rarotonga and he came armed with a bagful of gifts.

A large increase in the cost of fees landed Justice Secretary Tingika Elikana in front of the Public Accounts Committee.

During a stormy night on Sunday the Lady Moana copped a pounding from not only the weather – but a barge that broke free from its moorings.

A lack of funding by the government means the Ministry of Justice is struggling to provide quality services to Cook Islanders.

Historic movies at the museum

Friday June 09, 2017

Each Wednesday this month the National Museum will host one of a series of documentary movies examining the impact of social, economic and political change to Cook Islands’ way of life from the 1950s to the 1980s.

The world has taken a step backwards with the US turning its back on the Paris climate change agreement, says prime minister Henry Puna.

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