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Nominations are open for the top roles in the governing Cook Islands Party (CIP) in the lead up to its conference on Monday next week.

Parliament service for Tangi

Friday August 03, 2018

The body of Clerk of Parliament John Tangi, who died on Wednesday evening at Rarotonga Hospital, was brought to the Cook Islands Parliament yesterday afternoon for a memorial service attended by parliamentary staff, cabinet ministers and other government representatives.

Parliament clerk dies

Friday August 03, 2018

Clerk of Parliament John Tangi passed away on Wednesday evening at the age of 67.

Culture minister George Maggie put in a public request to the Chinese government for “machinery and trucks”, including a four-wheel drive, at an official ceremony held at the National Auditorium yesterday.

Government MPs help out

Thursday July 26, 2018

The Cook Islands Party (CIP) government MPs have chipped in to support the 2018 Te Maeva Nui celebrations tere parties.

Prime minister Henry Puna and other Pacific leaders, are meeting this week at the second annual Climate Action Pacific Partnership (CAPP) Conference, in Suva, Fiji.

PM, Brown ‘distort facts’

Wednesday July 25, 2018

Democratic Party leader Tina Browne has accused prime minister Henry Puna and his deputy Mark Brown of distorting facts, following their criticism of the Democratic Party’s position on Te Maeva Nui costs.

PM ‘twisting minds’ - Demos

Tuesday July 24, 2018

The Democratic Party have defended their criticism of this year’s $3 million Te Maeva Nui cost, accusing prime minister Henry Puna of “twisting the minds of people” into thinking that they didn’t want the Pa Enua to travel to Rarotonga for the celebrations.

‘We can afford TMV’ - Brown

Tuesday July 24, 2018

Deputy prime minister Mark Brown says the country can afford to spend about $3.04 million on this year’s Te Maeva Nui celebrations.

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