Rashneel Kumar

Rashneel Kumar

Bluesky not fazed by govt plans

Tuesday August 06, 2019

The major shareholder of Bluesky Cook Islands believes the company will maintain its dominance despite government’s plan to end the monopoly on the market.

The Avatiu Sports Association will be hosting a special “Meitaki maata kaikai” for their members who competed at the recent Pacific Games.

Court case offers hope to woman

Saturday August 03, 2019

Nara Pera had her retirement planned out.

Price of drinkable water: $1 a day

Saturday August 03, 2019

A household in Rarotonga could pay from $33 to $71 a month in water bills, government’s project management unit estimates.

No chlorine in your water

Saturday August 03, 2019

No chemicals have been used on the new water project, Te Mato Vai says.

The project management unit and contractor McConnell Dowell are concerned some community members believe chemicals are currently being used for treatment of the water supply.

Catch of the day

Friday August 02, 2019

Jason Tuara’s mega whopping 415.5kg (916.1775 pounds) marlin is a sure thing for our record books.

Cook Islands and the rest of the Pacific will not be able to achieve any of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals by 2030, warned a United Nations agency.

A building product company alleged to owe Cook Islanders a “substantial amount” of money is facing multiple charges in an Auckland court.

Wayne Mitchell meanders around his half acre organic farm in Titikaveka with a grin on his face, proudly showing off his produce.

Authorities are pleading with Rarotonga residents to conserve their water, under threat of a water shortage.

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