Rashneel Kumar

Rashneel Kumar

Kukis ranking drops to 43

Wednesday December 05, 2018

Cook Islands men’s side has dropped 12 places to 43 in the latest world ranking released by the Rugby League International Federation (RLIF).

From royal wedding to the Cook Islands

Wednesday December 05, 2018

After an exciting year, which included being part of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding, London-based makeup artist Zana Begum is visiting the Cook Islands for a well-deserved break.

Govt drops Te Mato Vai bombshell

Wednesday December 05, 2018

Government wants the China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC) to replace about a third of the of the pipeline work they laid around the island in stage one of the Te Mato Vai (TMV) project.

New party promises open leadership

Monday December 03, 2018

Cook Islands United Party (CIUP) interim president Nandi Glassie says the party will provide a breath of fresh air to the people of the Cook Islands for strong, honest, and open leadership.

UN to support our graduation

Wednesday November 28, 2018

The United Nations (UN) remains committed to support the Cook Islands even after the country graduates to developed status (or high income) in the coming year.

Netball Cook Islands is hoping the BSP Netball in Paradise continues to serve as a development path for the sport in the country.

Govt ponders TMV legal action

Thursday November 29, 2018

Government is considering legal action after “friendly consultation” with contractor China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC) over issues with Te Mato Vai project failed.

Nikao, Turangi through to finals

Friday November 30, 2018

Nikao and Turangi have made it through to the finals of the Rarotonga Cricket Club competition.

Our Reihana talent show finalist

Friday November 30, 2018

Miss Cook Islands Reihana Koteka-Wiki finished as one of the top 18 finalists in the talent show at Miss World Pageant on Monday night.

$10m grant may go to TMV

Friday November 30, 2018

Financial secretary Garth Henderson says a recently-announced $10 million grant from China may be able to be used to remedy problems with stage one of the Te Mato Vai project.

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