A report aimed at revitalising the country’s agriculture production will be discussed at a series of meetings around Rarotonga over the next few weeks.
Criticism has again risen over the Te Mato Vai project with a local man pointing out that plans have not lived up to expectations on the $23.1 million project.
Spark New Zealand is remaining tight-lipped over the sale of their majority stake in Telecom Cook Islands, with the process still ongoing.
The Governments of Samoa, Tonga, Cook Islands, Vanuatu and the Marshall Islands have called for an extension to the Pacific Catastrophe Risk Insurance Pilot (PCRIP), which was renewed for its third term on November 1st 2014.
NZ endorses more flexible pensionsPlans for greater flexibility for people to move to the Cook Islands and receive New Zealand Superannuation or Veteran’s fund is being welcomed by the New Zealand Government.
LEAKING, RUSTING, and falling apart – the Courthouse, National Police Headquarters and Telecom Sports Arena built with loans from China are set to be repaired with $800,000 from the latest budget.
Two New Zealand companies have submitted a $40 million plan to restore an infamous resort once linked to the mafia and subject to a local curse.