As we celebrate Christmas, we are thankful for the gift of faith, of family, of friendship and the love that binds us all together and is the best part of our humanity. I hope you are all surrounded by your loved ones during the Christmas season.
This year as a country has been a bountiful year and as your Prime Minister I am very pleased looking back on so many things that we have achieved. But most of all, that you have had a year where you have seen growth, whether it be in your business, in life or in your family, and where you have had the time to enjoy this little paradise we all call home.
Court registrar Claudine Henry-Anguna will refer the report she received from the Electoral Office regarding the Rakahanga seat to the Court of Appeal before confirming the outcome.
Atiu resident Tereapii Porio Maka Kea says Agriculture minister Rose Brown’s reply to his letter to the editor of CINews about government employment issues on Atiu contains “false information.”
While respectful of the rule of law, the Cook Islands Party-led government says it is extremely disappointed with the Court of Appeal decision on the Rakahanga election.
Only three people turned up to a meeting in the dining room of parliament last Wednesday to discuss setting up a new organisation aimed at protecting and preserving the interests of former Members of Parliament.