Some employers have had their wage subsidies cancelled for not paying their employees in full, the Ministry of Finance has confirmed.

Prime ministers of past, present and future unite in urgent calls to lift blockade on Cook Islands.

No 1 in the South Seas

Friday July 10, 2020

Cook Islands bolstered ahead of borders reopening with major international tourism award. 

The past three years’ government accounts audit has been delayed another three months, the deputy prime minister says.

Five years for BSP

Wednesday July 08, 2020

The Bank of the South Pacific is celebrating its fifth birthday in Cook Islands.

Flight bookings put on hold

Tuesday July 07, 2020

Air New Zealand and the New Zealand Government have closed off all international flights from Cook Islands for the rest of this month. 

Australia says they can’t form a bubble, so Cook Islands should go first. 

The coronavirus will make it harder than ever for Cook Islands businesses to get insurance cover.

Prices soar on airfreight

Wednesday July 01, 2020

Household consumers are paying the prices for dramatically increased charges on airfreighted food and other goods. 

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