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The Cook Islands rank number 43 in the world in terms of tonnage of boats and goods flying under the national flag.

A number of New Zealand schools are under fire for using taxpayers’ money to fund trips to the Cook Islands.

Police officer escapes conviction

Saturday March 31, 2018

Osolai Akai avoided a conviction on Thursday morning when he appeared before Justice of the Peace Georgina Williams in the Cook Islands High Court.

The Water, Waste, and Sanitation Unit of the Ministry of Infrastructure Cook Islands (WATSAN) is warning local residents to get their drinking water from approved water stations around the island.

The Criminal Investigation Branch (CIB) of the Cook Islands Police is reaching out to the community for information regarding an alleged stabbing incident involving two young boys at Tutakimoa on March 19.

Water supply may contain sediment

Wednesday March 28, 2018

Some water supplied to Rarotonga households may still contain sediment, following the heavy rain which hit the island this week.

One step closer to mining sea floor

Wednesday March 28, 2018

The Cook Islands is the only country in the world with a widely recognised, commercially viable ‘polymetallic nodule field’ – including valuable deposits of cobalt and titanium – within its exclusive economic zone.

NZ gifts $6 million to USP

Wednesday March 28, 2018

The New Zealand government has promised the University of the South Pacific (USP) $6 million to help improve their digital learning sector.

Rain disrupts water services

Tuesday March 27, 2018

Days of heavy rain on Rarotonga have led to 10 out of the 12 water intakes around the island being blocked by debris, says the Water, Waste, and Sanitation Unit of the Ministry of Infrastructure Cook Islands (WATSAN).

Adrian Orr yesterday stepped into the top job at the Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) as its new governor.

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