Dear Editor Ghost questioner on RAC’s (Religious Advisory Council) editorial on 13/03/21 totally lacks perception and discernment and keeps contradicting him/herself all throughout. The tone and mood of all the ramblings is like that of a spoiled and naughty kid been locked up in an attic for a long time. Can’t even tell if a […]
As pressure builds from tourism industry stakeholders to establish a travel bubble with New Zealand, the Prime Minister has announced his first official visit to Aotearoa to meet with counterpart Jacinda Ardern.
Despite some impacts early on, project implementation and overseas development assistance to the Cook Islands hasn’t decreased during the Covid-19 pandemic. On the contrary, officials say the country has seen greater engagement with partners.
The Prime Minister has brushed off demands from the Opposition to suspend his deputy and Cabinet member Robert Tapaitau, who is currently involved in an investigation into the tendering process for a $5.3 million project underway in the Pa Enua.
Dear Editor, Get back to the basics with regards to vaccination. When smallpox was rampant in 17/1800s, it was the doctors of the day who observed that milk maids who picked up cowpox from milking cows were more resistant to smallpox – a more virulent form of pox. From my recollection, the pus from the […]
As government works towards two-way quarantine-free travel with New Zealand by the end of the month, local businesses are getting desperate and many say they can’t survive much longer without tourists. Yet even with a bubble, they face unprecedented challenges in an uncertain environment.