The opposition believes the saddest thing under the current government is their lack of responsiveness to businesses which pay for Cook Islands Party’s “lavish lifestyles and frequent travel overseas”.
Finger pointing by the Minister of Finance in Cook Islands News on October 6 at the former Democratic Party Government over what he calls “Colagate” could not be further from the truth, according to the Democratic Party Opposition.
A leading advocate for women in the Cook Islands believes the changes in the streamlined leave policy for the public sector need to be applied to the private sector if any real advancement for mothers is to be effective.
Wednesday 19 September 2012 | Published in Politics
A motion proposed by Te Ipukarea Society (TIS) has been adopted with majorities of over 95 percent from government and non-government representatives at the IUCN World Conservation Congress in Jeju, South Korea.
Wednesday 5 September 2012 | Published in Politics
Finance minister Mark Brown has responded to what he believes is an “emotional outburst” by Opposition leader Wilkie Rasmussen surrounding his suspicions with the recent tripartite agreement between the Cook Islands, New Zealand and China.