Improving GIS systems pushed

Wednesday January 02, 2013

More than 150 delegates from around the world will meet in Suva next week to participate in a geographic information system conference to explore developments.

Senior graduates surf the web

Tuesday December 18, 2012

Kopu Tumutoa (left), Turua Peter (centre) and Ruhau Tamahunu are three of the latest computer whizzes in the Cook Islands.

Online renewal within 5 days

Monday December 17, 2012

The first Cook Islander to renew his passport online is praising the virtual method after it took just five days for his passport to arrive.

MPs and queens support appeal

Thursday December 13, 2012

TODAY’S radiothon and queenie show are the final events of a five-day appeal for the victims of four house fires in Nikao.

Brown clears Mason’s ‘integrity’

Wednesday November 28, 2012

Minister of internal affairs Mark Brown has pre-empted parliamentary question time by answering one of the queries put to him by Teenui-Mapumai MP Norman George.

Students learn cheesy craft

Monday November 26, 2012

Science just got a whole lot cheesier at Vaitau Primary School – and the students certainly aren’t complaining.

A group of nine senior citizens are now internet savvy and raring to email family after completing a computer literacy course at the University of South Pacific’s Rarotonga campus.

Conservation key to fishing

Sunday November 18, 2012

The western and central Pacific tuna fishery is the world’s biggest tuna fishery – worth US$5.5 billion in 2011.

Software piracy is pretty bad in the Cook Islands but there’s nothing that can be done to stop it, according to Internet Action Group member Ano Tisam.

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