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Politics

New party promises open leadership

Monday December 03, 2018

Cook Islands United Party (CIUP) interim president Nandi Glassie says the party will provide a breath of fresh air to the people of the Cook Islands for strong, honest, and open leadership.

Date urged for Ivirua by-election

Wednesday November 28, 2018

Democratic opposition leader Terepai Maoate is urging the Speaker of the House to confirm and publicly announce a date for the Ivirua constituency by-election.

Teokotai Joseph has been appointed Secretary for the newly-created Ministry of Corrective Services.

UN to support our graduation

Wednesday November 28, 2018

The United Nations (UN) remains committed to support the Cook Islands even after the country graduates to developed status (or high income) in the coming year.

Govt ponders TMV legal action

Thursday November 29, 2018

Government is considering legal action after “friendly consultation” with contractor China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC) over issues with Te Mato Vai project failed.

UN rep presents credentials

Friday November 30, 2018

The newly-appointed United Nations (UN) resident coordinator and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) resident representative Dr Simona Marinescu on Monday presented her credentials to prime minister Henry Puna.

Mounting water project costs and the prospect of expensive, lengthy legal action against a major Chinese company, reinforces the widespread belief that government’s culture of subterfuge – ongoing cover-ups and lack of transparency, will in turn punish the taxpayers of this country for years, says Democratic Party Opposition leader Terepai Maoate.

Clarke Gayford, who hosts TV series Fish of the Day and is also the partner of New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern, has made a brief visit to our shores to film fishing in the Cook Islands.

$10m grant may go to TMV

Friday November 30, 2018

Financial secretary Garth Henderson says a recently-announced $10 million grant from China may be able to be used to remedy problems with stage one of the Te Mato Vai project.

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