Ministry of Justice secretary Tingika Elikana has resigned.
Elikana, who was appointed to the post in 2011, handed in his resignation on Friday last week.
A domestic rugby league title win may seem a mission impossible for defending champions Titikaveka Bulldogs.
Finance minister Mark Brown is in Palau to attend the Forum Economic Ministerial Meeting (FEMM) which will be held this week.
An exciting battle between the top four teams in the domestic rugby league competition is expected today.
Ngakau Toa Vaka (NTV) kicked off their 2018 campaign with a winning start in the season opening Cook Islands Canoeing Association fortnightly competition this week.
The Rarotonga Golf Club hosted the Air New Zealand Tournament at the Nikao Golf Course on Saturday last week.
Further delays are expected in the passing of both the Crimes Bill 2017 and the Marine Resources Bill 2017.
Opposition deputy leader James Beer has questioned the viability of the fibre optic cable project which is spearheaded by the Cook Islands Party (CIP) government as one of the major infrastructure development.
Cook Islands took on Samoa in a must-win clash last night in the Oceania Regional Qualifier for the Netball World Cup in Auckland, New Zealand.