Technology

Environment Minister Kiriau Turepu has welcomed an additional $100,000 to be provided bi-annually for e-waste collections.

NES gathers e-waste info

Friday May 29, 2015

THE National Environment Services (NES) is calling on the public to supply information on how much white ware and e-waste is out there on the island.

Faster broadband transforms service

Wednesday April 15, 2015

Telecom Cook Islands continues to roll out its new high speed broadband internet services via O3b’s satellite network, with the service being launched in Atiu, Mangaia and Aitutaki recently.

Phone software issues prompt warning

Saturday December 13, 2014

Telecom has warned Samsung Galaxy S4 users that a new downloadable software upgrade issued by the smartphone manufacturer can cause problems.

Rakahanga running on solar power

Friday December 05, 2014

After much anticipation, Rakahanga made Cook Islands history on Wednesday by becoming the first island in the Cook Islands to be virtually 100 per cent solar powered. 

Cook Islands power plans turning heads

Saturday November 29, 2014

The $24.28 million fund which aims to deliver renewable energy to all Cook Islands by 2020 is gaining attention overseas.

Supporters at this year’s Vaka Eiva competition are in for a treat, even if they aren’t on the island!

Staff keep up with survey technology

Thursday November 06, 2014

Field staff who are required to assist in the set out and maintenance of civil work sites including road works along with local technicians are among a group taking advantage of the ‘survey and set out’ short course on offer at the Faculty of Trades and Technology.

Solar project feeding Raro’s grid

Saturday October 18, 2014

This week, Rarotonga’s largest-ever renewable energy plant went online – adding considerable momentum to the Government’s goal of having the Cook Islands 100 per cent powered by renewable energy by 2020.

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