Bluesky says it’s changed the way it runs prepaid promotions.

Tables turned on tug

Tuesday September 24, 2019

The Vision fishing vessel filled in for the Ports Authority Toa tugboat yesterday, helping the LPG tanker Maea enter and dock at Avatiu harbour.

Scammers tricked a local company to transfer about $40,000 to an account in Malaysia in a business email compromise fraud. 

Landowners want government to provide economic analysis and forecasting on the Manatua Cable project. 

The manufacture of the 3600km Avaroa Cable has been completed and engineers will begin laying it later this year – but authorities are still awaiting Rarotonga landowners’ agreement to bring it ashore at Rutaki.

An hour-long internet outage throughout Cook Islands yesterday was caused by an issue at the Hawai’i-based company that provides satellite internet.

Normal transmission has resumed to Rarotonga on the old AM frequency – well, almost normal, at least.

Cook Islands’ very first team to enter the FIRST Global Robotics Championship in Dubai have returned home with the 30th spot out of 189 competing countries.

Government is preparing to open the doors to new competitors to take on Bluesky in the phone and internet market – and to oversee that, it’s announced plans for an independent regulatory authority.

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