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.

Parliament in fourth week

Monday July 10, 2017

Government ministers will remain in Rarotonga this week for the fourth week of Parliament sitting.

Brown gets stuck into Opposition

Wednesday July 05, 2017

Minister of Finance Mark Brown opened yesterday’s parliament session with a ministerial statement to refute claims that the Opposition party has made about the Budget.

Former PM calls it a day

Tuesday July 04, 2017

MP for the Mangaia seat of Ivirua, Jim Marurai is set to quit following the tabling of his resignation in parliament.

Government ministers will remain at home this week for the third week of Parliament sitting.

The Cook Islands Party government has embarked on an ambitious capital plan in the proposed 2017/18 Budget, says Finance minister Mark Brown.

Ministers remain at home

Monday June 26, 2017

All Cabinet ministers will remain in Rarotonga this week for the second week of the June parliament sitting.

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