Politics

Puna's busy week in Rarotonga

Monday October 10, 2016

PRIME Minister Henry Puna will have a busy week in Rarotonga, playing host to ministers and top ranked delegates from the region this week.

The ONE Cook Islands Party is confident about the upcoming Arutanga/ Reureu and Nikaupara by-election that will be held on Wednesday.

Questions over DPM’s China trip

Monday October 10, 2016

Fishing company executive was involved in Bishop loan

PRIME MINISTER Henry Puna was in Tonga late last month to attend the University of the South Pacific’s (USP) graduation.

Opposition united, says Turia

Monday October 03, 2016

The COALITION opposition is fully determined and focused on next month’s Aitutaki - Arutanga-Reureu-Nikaupara by-election.

Prime Minister Henry Puna’s nephew lost his appeal against a conviction for trawling shopping malls for young women and filming up their skirts.

Issues surrounding the filing of declaratory orders by the coalition opposition are “off the public radar,” says spokesperson George Turia

China meetings ‘positive’

Wednesday September 28, 2016

THE COOK ISLANDS delegation to China last week held a series of discussions to further promote the friendly cooperation between Guangzhou and Zhuhai Government.

Angry Ioane refutes claims by opponent

Wednesday September 21, 2016

NEW COOK ISLANDS Deputy Speaker Mona Ioane has refuted claims by One Cook Islands Party president George Turia, who had earlier raised concerns on Ioane’s appointment.

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