Politics

China is to hand over $10 million

Thursday November 22, 2018

China will provide $10 million to the Cook Islands in grant funding for a project yet-to-be-determined by the Cook Islands government. 

Spreading message of love and peace...

Wednesday November 21, 2018

Peace and love are represented by the blue and purple colour themes of uniforms worn for the first time yesterday by Culture George Maggie Angene and his staff.

The Price Tribunal has farewelled two long-serving members.

RAPPA Democratic Party candidate Dr Teina Rongo says given that prime minister Henry Puna and Speaker of Parliament Niki Rattle are unwilling to divulge the whereabouts of former Cabinet Minister and Member of Parliament Albert Nicholas, he is willing to take up the responsibilities of the absent MP.

Public consultations regarding government’s plan to open tenders for the exploration of the Cook Islands’ seafloor have ended on Rarotonga.

OPM wants Stuff story retracted

Monday November 12, 2018

Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) media adviser Thomas Wynne has released details of a formal complaint submitted to Fairfax Media regarding an article published on New Zealand’s Stuff website.

Prime minister Henry Puna has been treated to an inspection of Air Tahiti Nui’s latest aircraft, a state-of-the-art Boeing Dreamliner.

Rumours cause distress

Friday November 09, 2018

A spokesperson for the family of Ivirua MP Tony Armstrong has called for an end to what they describe as a “distressing series of rumours” making the rounds through the “coconut wireless”. 

Finding peace in prison

Thursday November 08, 2018

George Maggie was in and out of prison for 24 years before he learned how to control his mind.

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