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CI looks to boost Nordic relations

Wednesday February 13, 2019

Cook Islands High Commissioner to New Zealand Elizabeth Wright-Koteka was delighted to join diplomatic representatives from Norway, Denmark, Sweden and Estonia for a combined Pacific/Nordic luncheon last Thursday.

The High Commissioner of Cook Islands to New Zealand Elizabeth Wright-Koteka has been active in her role in representing the Cook Islands at the Waitangi Day commemorations.

Leading the way in UAE

Friday February 08, 2019

Prime minister Henry Puna will be attending the World Government Congress in Abu Dhabi this week after an invitation by His Excellency Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, ruler of Abu Dhabi and president of the United Arab Emirates.

Date set for by-election

Friday February 08, 2019

Chief electoral officer Taggy Tangimetua has set March 18 as the by-election date for the vacant Tengatangi-Areora-Ngatiarua seat.

Nicholas enters not guilty plea in NZ

Thursday February 07, 2019

Member of Parliament Albert Nicholas entered a plea of “not guilty” in the Manukau District Court this week, to the charge of unlawfully taking a motor vehicle.

Te-Hani quits Demos

Thursday February 07, 2019

Te-Hani Brown has quit the Democratic Party and will stand as an independent candidate for her current seat in the upcoming by-election.

Updating e-contacts

Tuesday February 05, 2019

The Labour and Consumer Services division of the Ministry of Internal Affairs is in the process of updating its e-database that provides a contact list for all businesses situated in Rarotonga and the Outer Islands.

Brown backs China ties

Tuesday February 05, 2019

The Cook Islands’ engagement with China is “firm” and the two countries have had formal diplomatic relations for 20 years now, says deputy prime minister Mark Brown.

PAC ready for the challenge

Monday February 04, 2019

The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) is looking forward to the challenges ahead in reviewing the accounts of various government ministries and making appropriate recommendations.

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