Rashneel Kumar

Rashneel Kumar

Chlorine is in the country

Saturday July 13, 2019

Government is ready to spend $500,000 a year on 100 tonnes of chlorination chemicals. The public has been kept in the dark about chlorination chemicals already shipped into the country for the pipeline project.

More tour operators around the island are showing interest in promoting environmentally friendly products and services.

Our Palmy Army

Thursday July 11, 2019

He’s a world champion whom nobody has heard of.

Infrastructure agency provided staff with extra safety equipment and danger money, but not specialist supervision.

Infrastructure Cook Islands will now demand engineering reports for land development that could cause harm to neighbouring properties, including public roads and drains.

PM Ardern here for holiday

Monday July 08, 2019

Kiwi prime minister Jacinda Ardern arrived in Rarotonga yesterday for a holiday with fiancé Clarke Gayford and their daughter Neve. 

Twenty working days for government to justify 45 per cent pay rise – or face formal complaint.

The tender to buy chemicals to disinfect drinking water has been put on hold.

The decision to chlorinate the water supply is a done deal, critics say, despite a public consultation process. 

The newly passed Infrastructure Act states that any contractor found to be damaging roads or cutting and digging holes on the road will be liable to pay for these damages. 

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