Economy

The tourism industry made a quick recovery in visitor arrival figures last month after posting a decline in January this year.

The Chamber of Commerce welcomes the opportunity for New Zealand’s Federation of Maori Authorities (FOMA) and Cook Islands representatives to discuss furthering business opportunities.

Weaker US dollar means cheaper LPG

Wednesday March 21, 2018

The Price Tribunal has issued a new price order for Rarotonga and all islands reflecting new prices for petrol, diesel and LPG.

Local businesses at Pasifika

Wednesday March 21, 2018

Two local companies will attend the 26th Pasifika Festival to be held this weekend at Western Springs Park, Auckland in New Zealand.

Cook Islands Tourism Corporation Australia has been nominated for the Best Tourist Office – International at the Australian Federation of Travel Agents (AFTA) National Travel Industry Awards 2018.

After welcoming a record number of visitors to the Cook Islands last year, the tourism industry noted a decline in the visitor arrivals for the opening month of the year.

In the wake of the government’s recently passed Income Tax Amendment and VAT Amendment Bill, the job of the team at the Cook Islands Tax Amnesty Office is about to change.

Super Fund worth close to $145m

Monday March 05, 2018

The members’ stake in the Cook Islands National Superannuation Fund is worth close to $145 million, according to the latest Fund performance as at January 31, 2018.

PAYE write-off due to error

Thursday March 01, 2018

Financial secretary Garth Henderson says government agencies have always paid their Pay As You Earn (PAYE) tax, adding the PAYE debt that was written off as part of ‘tax forgiveness’ is a result of a reconciliation error.

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