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Politics

Mokoroa reveals plans for Nikao-Panama

Saturday November 03, 2018

Minister for Police and Internal Affairs and Nikao-Panama MP Vaine (Mac) Mokoroa has reassured his people that he will keep his constituency abreast of all developments.

Ratification of PACER put on hold

Friday November 02, 2018

The Cook Islands ratification of the PACER Plus Agreement is on hold, says deputy prime minister and Finance minister Mark Brown.

Immigration law changes progress

Friday November 02, 2018

Progress towards legislative changes to the Immigration law continues with near-final consultations to be facilitated by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Immigration (MFAI) on proposals for Immigration legislation and regulations over the next month.

Prime minister Henry Puna says if he could eject US president Donald Trump to another planet, he would.

Wright-Koteka new High Commissioner

Thursday November 01, 2018

Elizabeth Wright-Koteka will be the Cook Islands’ next High Commissioner to New Zealand.

Ministry issues dog Audit

Thursday November 01, 2018

Cook Islands government ministries have a real problem when it comes to documentation supporting their figures in official financial statements.

Trade deal approval on hold

Wednesday October 31, 2018

The Cook Islands has decided to put its ratification of the regional trade deal known as PACER (Pacific Agreement on Closer Economic Relations) Plus on hold.

Despite a $75 million bill that the government is paying for the Te Mato Vai project, financial secretary Garth Henderson says it is still “affordable”.

The problem of engaging with youth to encourage them to take more of an interest in Parliament was addressed at the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA) conference last week.

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