Parliament main focus

Monday June 13, 2016

With the opening parliament sitting of the year kicking off last week, things are expected to get intense with debates centered on key issues of na-tional interest this week.

Debt sustainable, says Brown

Monday June 13, 2016

Minister of Finance Mark Brown has hit back at critics who condemned government’s borrowing habits, saying the government’s debt level is sustainable.

Parliament off to a mild start

Wednesday June 08, 2016

IT was all calm before what could turn into a storm.

Parliament priority

Tuesday June 07, 2016

WITH Parliament starting today, all ministers are expected to be home for at least a month discussing various issues concerning the country.

THE 2016-2017 appropriation for the Cook Islands budget will be tabled in Parliament next week.

Ministries escape budget cuts

Thursday June 02, 2016

MINISTER of Finance Mark Brown has confirmed there would not be any cuts in the budgets of government ministries in the 2016-17 financial year.

All welcome in parliament

Wednesday June 01, 2016

MEMBERS of Parliament who may be under police investigation can continue with “business as usual” when parliament sits for the first time this year on Tuesday next week.

The Ministry of Finance and Economic Management is improving its internal control framework with oversight from an internal audit committee (IAC) made up of senior officials from the Ministries of Finance, Internal Affairs and the Office of the Public Service Commissioner.

PM off to Los Angeles

Monday May 16, 2016

Prime Minister Henry Puna will be flying out of the country this week to attend an international tourism awards in the US.

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