Rashneel Kumar

Rashneel Kumar

Dehydration and tiredness resulted in performers collapsing while either coming off the stage, or on the grounds outside the building during the Te Maeva Nui celebrations at the National Auditorium this week.

Robberies worry tourism

Friday August 03, 2018

A spate of robberies targeting accommodation occupied by visitors to Rarotonga has the tourism industry worried.

Helping hands for rugby Sevens

Thursday August 02, 2018

Cook Islands Sevens head coach Vase Samania has secured two assistants to help him prepare the national side for the upcoming Oceania Sevens Championship in Fiji.

Failure of an electronic control module resulted in a power outage on Aitutaki from around midday on Tuesday.

Tennis boys claim victory

Wednesday August 01, 2018

Cook Islands claimed the 12 and under boys’ team title at the Pacific Oceania Junior Tennis Championships which were held in Lautoka, Fiji, last month.

Cook Islands Maori became the first foreign language to be used to recite the parliamentary prayer at the New Zealand parliament earlier this week.

Police accused of negligence

Wednesday August 01, 2018

Victims of recent burglaries and an attempted arson have accused police of negligence in dealing with the cases that have been lodged with them.

Energetic start to Trade Day

Tuesday July 31, 2018

The Cook Islands Business Trade and Investment Board (BTIB)-organised Trade Days got off to a boisterous start at the Constitution Park yesterday.

Cook Islands Tourism Corporation is pleased with the start of the peak period which has seen an influx of visitor arrivals.

An electrical fault in a kitchen appliance is thought to have caused a fire which completely destroyed three accommodation units and a beach bar at the Aitutaki Lagoon Private Island Resort on Sunday afternoon.

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