Leaders call for cooperation

Thursday November 16, 2017

Small island developing states (SIDS) leaders, including Cook Islands prime minister Henry Puna, have called upon the international community to assist in maximising the sustainable use of the fisheries and aquaculture sectors for the benefit of their countries.

Politics in need of new blood: Ioane

Tuesday November 14, 2017

The Cook Islands government hopes to see an increase in young people playing key roles in next year’s general election,

MPs need to know development plans

Monday November 13, 2017

Parliamentarians need to understand the Community Sustainable Development Plans (CSDP) of their respective constituencies in order to effectively measure and assess the performance of government’s climate change policies.

Brown, Glassie off to Germany

Monday November 06, 2017

Finance minister Mark Brown and health minister Nandi Glassie will this week leave for Germany to attend the 23rd Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP23).

Tukaka George Tamarua Ama, the CIP candidate for Ngantangiia in next year’s general elections, says he is more than ready to serve his community.

OCI quits Demo partnership

Monday September 11, 2017

The One Cook Islands movement has withdrawn from its policy partnership agreement with the Democratic Party.

Leaders discuss regional issues

Thursday September 07, 2017

Issues including climate change and ocean conservation have been the major topics of discussion during the 48th Pacific Islands Forum Leaders Meeting which ends in Samoa today.

From business to politics

Monday August 21, 2017

Sixteen months ago, local businessman Tony Armstrong never dreamed that he’d be part of the country’s political fabric, let alone a candidate for the Democratic Party in Mangaia.

Demos claim win in Ivirua

Monday August 21, 2017

The Democratic Party has retained the tightly held seat of Ivirua in the much-anticipated Mangaia by-election held on Thursday.

Page 1 of 111