Global Fibre8 Limited, an international supplier of building materials based in New Zealand, allegedly owes a number of Cook Islanders a “substantial amount” of money.
Police are investigating the death of a nine-year-old boy on Aitutaki.
A “belittling” remark in a blog written by a Forbes magazine contributor in the US and used in a story in CINews on Saturday, obscures the real progress that the Cook Islands financial services industry has made since it pioneered the modern asset protection trust in the 1980s, says Cook Islands Financial Services Development Authority chief executive, Tamatoa Jonassen.
A mixture of local and overseas players descended on the Rarotonga Bowling Club last weekend for a social roll up.
Two Cook Islanders are part of the history-making New Zealand female rugby players who have become the first-ever 15s players to be offered Black Ferns contracts.