Helping Cooks students stay home to study

Helping Cooks students stay  home to study

There’s been a changing of the guard at the University of the South Pacific in the Cook Islands.

Editorial: Right call to backtrack Rocketman ban

Internal Affairs has done a u-turn on its proposed Rocketman ban, instead rating it R18. The Cook Islands News welcomes the decision and acknowledges officials' willingness to listen to public opinion.

Walker’s personal motivation

James Talbot has walked the length of New Zealand to raise funds for the Creative Centre. Only now has his family revealed the personal impetus that put an extra spring in his step.

Battle over ‘intrusive’ access to property

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.

Resort staff paid below minimum, denied leave

Overseas workers say they are struggling to make ends meet here, living below the minimum wage.

National

‘Marvels of night skies in paradise

‘Marvels of night skies in paradise

‘Marvels of night skies in paradise

‘Marvels of night skies in paradise

‘Marvels of night skies in paradise

‘Marvels of night skies in paradise

‘Marvels of night skies in paradise

‘Marvels of night skies in paradise

‘Marvels of night skies in paradise

‘Marvels of night skies in paradise

‘Marvels of night skies in paradise

‘Marvels of night skies in paradise

Sport

Jane eyes Olympic trifecta

Jane eyes Olympic trifecta

Jane eyes Olympic trifecta

Jane eyes Olympic trifecta

Jane eyes Olympic trifecta

Jane eyes Olympic trifecta

Jane eyes Olympic trifecta

Jane eyes Olympic trifecta

Jane eyes Olympic trifecta

Features

Legal challenge against Censor

Legal challenge against Censor

Legal challenge against Censor