Rashneel Kumar

Rashneel Kumar

There is no approved disposal site for asbestos in the country, says the National Environment Service.

Environmental management is one of the seven areas the Japanese government will be helping the Cook Islands with through its technical co-operation this financial year.

The implementation of the Boe Declaration on regional security will be one of the agenda items at the Pacific Islands Forum Meetings to be held in Suva, Fiji this week.

High bacteria levels in water

Monday July 22, 2019

Government says independent tests confirm the island’s water supply has high levels of potentially harmful bacteria that can be removed through disinfection.

The sitting days of Parliament need to increase substantially, says the Remuneration Tribunal, who recommended the 45 per cent pay rise of MPs.

A hero’s welcome home

Monday July 22, 2019

An injured Ashleigh Iro was greeted by a family member as she was wheeled out of the Rarotonga International Airport arrival lounge by mum Tina.

Anania Piri was visibly emotional as she walked into the Rarotonga International Airport arrival lounge full of supporters on Saturday.

Team Cook Islands supporters are urged to turn up at the Rarotonga International Airport in numbers today to welcome home the national sporting heroes’.

Cook Islands is planning to use aircraft to keep a watch on the northern waters amidst emerging concern of transnational crimes involving drugs taking place in our waters.

Te-Hani Brown is still being paid the salary of a MP – and even pocketing the 45 per cent pay rise – even though she is not allowed to go to work.

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