The first “Keeping It Green Night Market” held on Friday last week was deemed a success with organisers Business Trade and Investment Board (BTIB) achieving its desired goals.
The Bluesky Mixed Touch Competition is set for a fiery end this afternoon at Nikao Field.
Members from the Rarotonga Sailing Club will be representing the country at the New Zealand Secondary Schools Teams Racing Championships, starting this weekend in Algies Bay, Auckland.
Local economist Vaine Wichman says the reason a substantial part of the capital expenditure budget has not been spent by the government is based on complex issues involving land and community feedback.
The government has confirmed the availability of a shipping subsidy for vessels servicing the northern group islands, with the first subsidised voyage having taken place earlier this month.
“We are more than ready!”
Those were the words of opposition deputy leader and spokesperson James Beer following last week’s announcement of an early general election on June 14.
Prime Minister Henry Puna and his cabinet ministers will remain home this week.