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Saturday 9 April 2022 | Written by Matthew Littlewood | Published in Economy, National

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Cooks to receive labour boost
May Espasor and Rigor Garcia were among some expatriate workers who returned to their home country during the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: LOSIRENE LACANIVALU /20091819

Labour shortages are still affecting the Cook Islands, with estimates that as many as 900 new workers are needed in the island nation as the Government announces it will be opening up the country to migrant workers.

Labour shortages are still affecting the Cook Islands, with estimates that as many as 900 new workers are needed in the island nation as the Government announces it will be opening up the country to migrant workers.


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