Rashneel Kumar

Rashneel Kumar

The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime will advise Cook Islands authorities on how to run a session on anti-corruption at an Ombudsman investigator training which includes the Cook Islands.

The local telecommunications company is promising better internet service for its customers after adding more capacity to its system.

Health Secretary Dr Josephine Herman is holding down four jobs, moonlighting as a general practitioner at two clinics in New Zealand and advising that country’s health officials.

Top public servant is paid more than Prime Minister.

The Public Service Commission has ignored its own guidelines by paying five top government officials outside their salary bands – with one earning more than the prime minister.

The Rarotonga under-19 XV team has taken the lead in the two match series against Aitutaki U19.

Workers will this week discover how much their retirement savings have been depleted. 

The Rarotonga under-19 team is in Aitutaki to play two matches against the U19 Aitutaki XV this week.

PM hiring spy master

Tuesday July 23, 2019

The recruitment of an intelligence chief gives Henry Puna control of investigations and surveillance.

There is no approved disposal site for asbestos in the country, says the National Environment Service.

Environmental management is one of the seven areas the Japanese government will be helping the Cook Islands with through its technical co-operation this financial year.

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