Jaimie Keay

Jaimie Keay

Smoke Signals

Friday September 28, 2018


A staff member of the Cook Islands News tried to contact a senior public servant over two days recently. On the first call she was told he was in a meeting. On the second call she was told he was out in the field. He was away for the day on the third call and the fourth was that he was sick. By the fifth call he was on annual leave but, by the sixth call, he was just simply out of the office and contactable on his mobile. He was not answering his mobile however.

Budget set to be passed today

Friday September 28, 2018

The Appropriation Bill, or the Budget for the 2018/19 financial year, is expected to be passed in Parliament today.

50 brave individuals set off yesterday afternoon to conquer the famous 8.5-kilometre Nutters Run as part of the Round Rarotonga Road Race festival.

Swamp to host big 15s rugby decider

Thursday September 27, 2018

Avatiu’s The Swamp will host the 2018 Rarotonga Club 15s showdown this Saturday.

Two Global Volunteers are currently spending time in class with students from Tereora College.

Government is looking at whether a subsidy for air transportation is a valid way to help reduce cost of air transport.

A large number of local athletes took part in both the 31-kilometre and 10-kilometre events as part of the Island Car and Bike Hire 41st Round Rarotonga Road Race on Saturday.

The latest round of the Rising Stars Netball Championship saw a familiar face take the court once again.

Dear Editor,

The comments by “John” in Friday's CINews letter about the dog desexing campaign are unfair.

New Zealand athletes Gene Rand and Lisa Cross took top honors at the Island Car and Bike Hire 41st Round Rarotonga Road Race on Saturday.

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