Te Aponga Uira’s new computer system went live this week, the culmination of a two-year process that saw the replacement of all the power company’s hardware, servers and software.

Pacific Islands Forum Fisheries Agency (FFA) systems analyst Anonga Tisam is encouraging more Pacific youth to pursue careers in technology and contribute to regional projects.

AIR Rarotonga will soon replace its Saab 340A aircraft with a later model Saab 340B Plus, due to arrive in the Cook Islands in May.

Three Cook Islands women can now proudly describe themselves as qualified solar engineers.

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.

The government of India is looking to establish an India-Cook Islands Centre of Excellence in Information Technology on Rarotonga.

Bid to improve data collection

Thursday March 22, 2018

Cook Islands statistician Taggy Tangimetua has joined representatives from nine other Pacific Island nations at the Pacific Sustainable Development Social Indicators Survey Design Workshop in Suva, Fiji. 

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

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