The Cook Islands Party (CIP) candidate for Takuvaine-Tutakimoa, Mark Brown says the Cook Islands have never been as prosperous as it is today in the country’s history.
The Cook Islands government needs to address the balance between keeping this country the way some residents want it, and solving issues around foreign investment, says independent for Tupapa, Teresa Manarangi-Trott.
The new Cook Islands Party (CIP) candidate for Tamarua, Mia Teaurima, is keen on delivering infrastructural developments that his constituency on the island of Mangaia has been missing over the years.
Internal Affairs minister Albert Nicholas asked the people of the Cook Islands to work with the Cook Islands Party (CIP) to continue “making things happen”.
A celebrative mood kicked off the governing Cook Islands Party (CIP) campaign launch for the 2018 General Elections, at the National Auditorium area on Wednesday night.
One year after work first began, the new Apii Nikao is opening today, representing what prime minster and education minister Henry Puna called “a labour of love between the People’s Republic of China and the Cook Islands”.