Rashneel Kumar

Rashneel Kumar

A Crown minister with her own properties in Rarotonga is occupying one of the sought-after government houses.

Counselling helps meth addicts beat their habit; sending them to prison doesn’t

Disputes with landowners over the multi-million dollar Te Mato Vai project can be resolved, government says.

A new high-tech CT scanner could save lives by allowing doctors to quickly diagnose patients’ illness and injuries in Rarotonga.

Government will move to amend its Budget today, to provide an extra $300,000 for refurbishments to Parliament’s debating chamber.

Meti drives home the winner

Tuesday June 11, 2019

Cook Islander Phillis Meti claimed the 2019 World Long Drive Atlantic City Boardwalk Bash a week ago, cementing her place as one of the leading female long drive golfers in the world.

Speculations about a large Chinese vessel outside the Avatiu harbour has been laid to rest by Ministry of Marine Resources’ secretary Pamela Maru.

The child welfare benefit will be extended to cover teenagers up to their 16th birthday.

Speaker Rattle returns

Monday June 10, 2019

Parliament’s Speaker Niki Rattle returns today to preside over the rest of the session, after travelling to Auckland with her sick husband who needed hospital treatment.

It was a dream come true for Nukutere College special needs class students who visited Parliament – they met with their MPs.  The politicians were pretty lucky, too. They met some inspiring young people, and had the chance to fulfil some of the key performance indicators around civics education.

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