Rashneel Kumar

Rashneel Kumar

The European Union (EU) has released the final payment of $2.35 million to Cook Islands as part of its partnership signed with the government in 2017 to improve wastewater management systems, under the European Development Fund (EDF). 

Orange is the happiest colour

Saturday July 11, 2020

Four teams battle it out for the top prize in the annual Apii Avarua sports day.

The 2020 preseason rugby competition will help the national body identify young talents for future international events.

There are new delays to critical contract-tracing capacity, as Cabinet decides between two apps. 

Some employers have had their wage subsidies cancelled for not paying their employees in full, the Ministry of Finance has confirmed.

Look after yourself and stay safe this school holiday.

Rising stars raise the bar

Friday July 10, 2020

Over 400 primary school students, including a seven year old, took part in the Rising Stars (Quick Rip) Championship this week.

The local anti-chlorine group has raised concerns about the appointment of Mark Brown to chair the select committee scrutinising the new water authority law.

Increase in V6 paddlers

Thursday July 09, 2020

The second round of racing on the Cook Islands canoeing calendar saw an increase in numbers for both the V6 and the singles races.

The past three years’ government accounts audit has been delayed another three months, the deputy prime minister says.

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