Rashneel Kumar

Rashneel Kumar

The major drop in visitor arrivals to the Cook Islands in February could have been a blessing in disguise for the local industry.

The Cook Islands Party-led coalition government and Opposition Democratic Party will be battling it out for the vacant deputy Speaker’s role when the Parliament starts today at 1pm.

Ngatangiia Matavera Sea Eagles are set to face their biggest challenge in the domestic rugby league competition today against the Avatiu Eels.

NTV to hold junior day

Saturday April 06, 2019

The Ngakau Toa Vaka (NTV) Canoeing Club will be holding its junior open day today at Nikao beach (across from First Windows).

Questions over water cleanser

Saturday April 06, 2019

Concerns have been raised that the public may not understand the water sanitation solution being promoted in Rarotonga by Envirolyte CK Limited is a form of chlorination.

Court allows Atiu petition

Friday April 05, 2019

The petition against Te-Hani Brown’s win in the recent Tengatangi-Areora-Ngatiarua by-election will proceed despite her resignation from the seat.

Sevens ready for HK show

Thursday April 04, 2019

The Cook Islands Sevens team had a scrimmaging session with Samoa on Tuesday ahead of the Hong Kong Sevens tournament that kicks off today.

Push for eco accreditation

Thursday April 04, 2019

An initiative for sustainable tourism involving the private sector was launched yesterday by the Cook Islands Tourism Corporation along with their partners involved in the project.

Te-Hani quits again

Thursday April 04, 2019

In a surprise move Te-Hani Brown, who recently won the Areora-Ngatiarua-Tengatangi by-election, resigned from her seat triggering another poll on Atiu.

Survey backs sustainable tourism

Wednesday April 03, 2019

Sustainable tourism development is the key suggestion from the people who took part in the recent surveys run by the Cook Islands Tourism Corporation.

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