Rashneel Kumar

Rashneel Kumar

Government infrastructure project managers will be allowed to walk onto private land without prior notice.

 The new Infrastructure Act authorises access to privately-owned land, as long as it does not disturb the occupier.

Renowned lagoon tour company The Vaka Cruise was the big winner at the A1 Meitaki Awards on the island of Aitutaki on Friday last week.

A miracle midnight rescue

Tuesday June 18, 2019

The mystery shipwreck washed up on a Rarotonga beach had been heading from eastern Europe to Aitutaki.

Landowners fear a return to colonial days of property confiscations.

Cook Islands Sevens training squad Manatoa made a perfect start to the Raro Club Pre-Season Sevens with two wins.

A fault at Bluesky Cook Islands’ Aroa station caused the total blackout of internet, mobile and other telecommunication services through to early yesterday.

Speaker Niki Rattle says Parliamentary rule changes will allow for more sitting days. And that's backed by the prime minister.

Sevens start to the rugby season

Saturday June 15, 2019

The 2019 rugby union season is set to kick off with some pacey and exciting show in the preseason Sevens tournament, starting today.

Kukis squad include NRL stars

Saturday June 15, 2019

Canberra Raiders player Charnze Nicol-Klokstad is a part of the Cook Islands national rugby league squad for the game against South Africa.

Workers welcome China deal

Saturday June 15, 2019

Construction has been on a go-slow, so first dibs on China projects will help local economy, reports Rashneel Kumar.

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