Whales in the Southern Ocean have been spotted returning to the Cook Islands, with a number giving birth as early as a couple of months ago, and using the country as a passage to migrate to their traditional breeding ground in Tonga.
The Ministry of Internal Affairs’ Labour and Consumer inspectorate will begin offering Workplace Induction sessions at the end of this month, to help employers and employees better understand their rights in the Cook Islands.
With our General Elections shortly upon us, we as a nation and as individuals are facing important choices that will impact our future, writes Tamatoa Jonassen of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Dear Editor, I write with respect to the recent comments about the timing of the launch of the MFEM (Ministry of Finance and Economic Management) Strategic Plan and conducting of Government business by the public sector.
Government officials along with representatives from Avaroa Cable Limited (ACL), the Asian Development Bank (ADB), and the New Zealand High Commission to the Cook Islands attended the opening ceremony of a new cable landing station in Aitutaki last week.
After two long years of Covid-19 restrictions and staycations, travel has come roaring back in countries like the Cook Islands. However, the return has brought with it a slew of problems as airports and airlines struggle to satisfy a surge in demand.