Articles by Supplied

OPINION: Opposition wants Parliament sitting days to increase to 60

Tuesday 23 February 2021 | Written by Supplied | Published in Editorials, Opinion

Taxpayers of this country who pay the salaries of all MPs should feel outraged about government’s failure to deliver a reasonable number of sitting/working days in Parliament, writes Opposition leader Tina Pupuke Browne.


Demos question seabed mining consultations

Tuesday 23 February 2021 | Written by Supplied | Published in Environment, National

The Cook Islands Opposition has objected to the most recent northern Pa Enua seabed mining consultations saying that at least one representative from their team should’ve been included to ensure there was balance.


Seabed minerals consultations reach the most remote islands

Sunday 21 February 2021 | Written by Supplied | Published in Environment, National, Outer Islands

Palmerston and Nassau were the last islands to receive consultations on the Cook Islands seabed minerals (SBM) sector by the Government, as part of the recent government voyage on the MV Taunga Nui.


Crunch time at beach soccer

Saturday 20 February 2021 | Written by Supplied | Published in Soccer, Sports

Tough battles are expected in the 2021 Beach Soccer Championship as teams vie for top finish in the final rounds.


Cook Islands Football eyes growth though partnership with Australian firm

Friday 19 February 2021 | Written by Supplied | Published in Soccer, Sports

The Cook Islands Football Association has signed a five-year sponsorship deal with Genius Sports.


New video-conferencing facility for Chamber of Commerce

Friday 19 February 2021 | Written by Supplied | Published in Economy, National

Cook Islands Tourism Industry Council recently gifted a high-quality video camera and microphone system to the Cook Islands Chamber of Commerce and their new meeting room facility.


No passengers on Friday’s flight

Thursday 18 February 2021 | Written by Supplied | Published in Local, National

Passengers intending to travel to the Cook Islands will have to wait a little longer after Government decided to extend border closure in light of recent community cases in Auckland.


Wantoks take the lead

Wednesday 17 February 2021 | Written by Supplied | Published in Soccer, Sports

The Ladies in Black retain their lead in the women’s Beach Soccer Tournament after a smashing win on Saturday.


OPINION: The taxpayer's dilemma

Wednesday 17 February 2021 | Written by Supplied | Published in Editorials, Opinion

It cannot be stressed enough that it is the job of government to build infrastructure for our communities, writes Opposition Democratic Party leader Tina Pupuke Browne.


Tourism director Vaiimene steps down

Wednesday 17 February 2021 | Written by Supplied | Published in Local, National

Cook Islands Tourism Corporation has farewelled Metua Vaiimene, who finished from his role as the director of destination development after more than a decade.


Opposition welcomes amendment to licencing regulation

Saturday 13 February 2021 | Written by Supplied | Published in Crime, National

Opposition Police shadow minister MP Tama Tuavera has welcomed the government’s decision to revoke “restrictive, burdensome and discriminatory rules” on drivers aged 60 and over.


PM Brown defends Puna’s selection

Saturday 13 February 2021 | Written by Supplied | Published in National, Pacific Islands, Politics, Regional

Pacific Islands Forum has been most effective when they have worked together as a single, unified body, says Prime Minister Mark Brown.


A journey of modern Pacific art

Saturday 13 February 2021 | Written by Supplied | Published in Art, Features

The logistics of taking part in an international art fair when you are an art gallery based on a small island in the Pacific is challenging at the best of times. When you add the year that has been into the mix, it all gets very interesting. By Rachel Smith.


Beach battle intensifies

Saturday 13 February 2021 | Written by Supplied | Published in Soccer, Sports

On Wednesday, day two of the CIFA Beach Soccer Competition kicked off in what turned out into another great afternoon for football.


READER: 'It's not what you know, it's who you know'

Friday 12 February 2021 | Written by Supplied | Published in Letters to the Editor, Opinion

"I have seen a large amount of people in positions who are just there because it’s a job and who they know."


Mass cleaning to overcome dengue fever

Friday 12 February 2021 | Written by Supplied | Published in Health, National

Aimed at halting the current dengue outbreak on Rarotonga, Operation Namu21 continues this week, with the Ministry of Health leading and coordinating a government-wide approach that aims to halt the spread of the mosquito-borne virus.


CHURCH TALK: The secret of restored blessing and prosperity - Te Muna Akaokianga Meitaki e te Puapinga

Friday 12 February 2021 | Written by Supplied | Published in Church Talk, Features

The life and story of Job is proof that man usually has no idea what God has in store for those who believe in Him.


Kata: Absentee voting in Parliament

Friday 12 February 2021 | Written by Supplied | Published in Kata, Opinion


LETTERS: Changing narrative regarding USP

Thursday 11 February 2021 | Written by Supplied | Published in Letters to the Editor, Opinion

"It is a Fiji Government problem that is impacting USP and correspondingly it is Fiji Government credibility that is seriously eroded."


Prime Minister opens million-dollar Pukapuka Hospital

Thursday 11 February 2021 | Written by Supplied | Published in National, Outer Islands

The official opening of the new Pukapuka Hospital proved a fitting way to round out the end of Prime Minister Mark Brown’s northern group mission last week.


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