Four homecare and nursing services have signed on for further funding from the Asian Development Bank (ADB).
Dry goods will be among a new range of products available at Prime Foods in coming months.
A tourist is fed up with waiting in line for a Cook Islands driver’s licence, calling the process “mad bureaucracy”.
New Zealand politician Winston Peters has said he is satisfied legislation around the offshore tax industry has improved in the Cook Islands in recent years.
Thousands of brochures with information about water safety are being distributed to tourist accommodation sites on Rarotonga.
A $50,000 fund has been moved from Internal Affair’s vaka maintenance programme into another fund that will need to be applied for separately.
A construction project at Toa Petroleum is still waiting approval from the National Environment Service (NES) after the work went ahead without a permit.
Catching a taxi in Rarotonga is about to become a more predictable experience following the introduction of standard fares.
Seventeen homeowners in the Muri/Avana area could soon be fined or prosecuted if their sanitation systems aren’t up to scratch.
Film Raro will only receive financial backing from Cook Islands Tourism Corporation (CITC) if organisers prove the monetary benefits, said the chief executive officer.