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“We acknowledge the Cook Islands has been active in its regional and international engagements,” said Her Excellency Tessa Temata as she presented her credentials to Prime Minister Henry Puna yesterday.

“We acknowledge the Cook Islands has been active in its regional and international engagements,” said Her Excellency Tessa Temata as she presented her credentials to Prime Minister Henry Puna yesterday.

“We acknowledge the Cook Islands has been active in its regional and international engagements,” said Her Excellency Tessa Temata as she presented her credentials to Prime Minister Henry Puna yesterday.

Ministry of Agriculture’s director for crop research William Wigmore launched the State of the World’s Biodiversity for Food and Agriculture Report at the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) headquarters recently.

Parliament to sit this month

Thursday March 07, 2019

The opening parliamentary sitting for the year is expected to be held sometime this month.

Cook Islands Seabed Minerals Authority geographical information systems (GIS) officer Rima Browne attended the first-ever “Abyssal Initiative” workshop held in Nuku’alofa, Tonga.

DPM backs name-change body

Tuesday March 05, 2019

A committee in the Cook Islands tasked with finding a new name for the country has received tentative support from the government, ahead of a possible referendum on the issue.

Ministers return home

Monday March 04, 2019

All three government ministers who were out of the country on official engagements last week have returned home.

Foreign developer warned

Monday March 04, 2019

A Democratic Party MP wants the National Environment Service (NES) to regard any breaches of the Environment Act with the severity it deserves after a foreign developer allegedly proceeded with clearing a historically significant coastal section before obtaining approval from the Rarotonga Environment Authority (REA).

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