New Zealand PM: ‘No one wishes to be responsible for Covid entering into the Pacific’

New Zealand PM: ‘No one wishes to be responsible for Covid entering into the Pacific’

New Zealand Prime Minister says speculation about a travel bubble between Cook Islands and New Zealand would be “very premature”. 

Cooks receive $2.35m grant from the EU

The European Union (EU) has released the final payment of $2.35 million to Cook Islands as part of its partnership signed with the government in 2017 to improve wastewater management systems, under the European Development Fund (EDF). 

Celebrating fitness and culture through dance

The Dance of the Year Cardio Combat Tamure Fitness class held yesterday afternoon drew a large crowd of supporters to the National Auditorium.

Motorists taking more care on roads

There has been a reduced number of motor vehicle crashes compared to the same time last year, police say.

Bike owners beware of thieves

Police recover three motorbikes stolen over the weekend but not in the conditions they were before going missing. 

Local

Marsters of the universe

Politics

Debate about who  should lead fresh water consultation

Crime

Security officers and village watch volunteers step up

Weather

Winter arrives early

Health

Pushing back at the stigma around our mental illness

Outer Islands

Healthy progress for Pukapuka

Environment

The problem with plastic

Economy

No 1 in the South Seas