Cultural Development minister George Maggie is part of a Cook Islands delegation visiting Perth, Australia, for the 10th Te Maeva Nui celebration this weekend.
The new Association of Retired MPs (RMP) wants to establish an honour’s list of all past members from the former Executive Council, the Legislative Assembly and parliament.
The new Association of Retired MPs (RMP) is unhappy at the way in which former MPs and a former Queen’s Representative were treated at the opening of parliament at the National Auditorium last month.
The parents of children who qualify for the increase in the age of child-benefit scheme will need to apply in order to benefit from the initiative.
Cook Islands will host the 37th Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA) Australia and Pacific Regional Conference 2018, starting on Monday next week.
A former government minister is warning the Cook Islands faces a similar situation to the 1996 economic crisis that almost left the country bankrupt.
Prime minister Henry Puna has challenged participants in the 37th Annual Pacific Islands Law Officers’ Network (PILON) meeting to consider how the Pacific countries might address their survival of the effects of climate change at an international judicial level.
The Public Service Commission (PSC) remains tight-lipped about the outcome of an investigation into senior public service staff Ben Ponia, who was appointed Chief of Staff at the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) last week.
Prime minister Henry Puna and a government delegation took a $20,700 flight to Manihiki yesterday morning to attend the official opening of the island’s new airport terminal.