PM off to Singapore, NZ

Monday February 06, 2017

Prime Minister Henry Puna left the country yesterday for an official trip to Singapore and New Zealand.

OPM slams shooting inquiry letter

Monday February 06, 2017

Comments made by letter-writer Papa Williams regarding the appointment of a Commission of Inquiry into last year’s shooting tragedy have been slammed by an Office of the Prime Minister spokesman.

Political case decision later

Wednesday December 07, 2016

Decisions on a matter involving the Application of Declaration of Judgement between Kareroa and Others versus the Attorney General has been reserved and will be heard on a later date by the Cook Islands High Court.

Leaders denied chance to speak

Thursday December 01, 2016

Brown didn’t want EU visitors exposed to protest, Aronga Mana claim

The much-anticipated court hearing on a matter involving the opposition coalition against members of the Cook Islands government will take place on December 5-6 before a full High Court.

THE GOVERNMENT appears to be ignoring pressure from publisher and columnist George Pitt to drop litigation against him, or face the consequences of Cook Islands Radio and Cook Islands Television being turned off in retaliation.

ANTI-CORRUPTION stalwarts are continuing their push to prevent dodgy dealings among parliamentarians, officials and bureaucrats.

FORMER One Cook Islands leader Teina Bishop will appear in the High Court next week to appeal against his conviction and sentencing.

Call for more women MPs

Tuesday November 01, 2016

The SPEAKER of the Parliament Niki Rattle says there is a need for more women politicians in the Cook Islands.

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