Rashneel Kumar

Rashneel Kumar

Mark Brown says the government will swear in Toka Hagai as the seventh minister once he is cleared of the “treating” allegation under an electoral appeal.

New Zealand’s police minister Stuart Nash has praised the Cook Islands News initiative in assembling a leadership group to fight the methamphetamine (meth) rise in the country.

$8.5m in Budget for roads

Thursday May 30, 2019

Road works are set to receive its biggest allocation ever in the 2019/2020 Budget, which will be tabled in Parliament when it meets on Tuesday next week.

The Opposition Democratic Party had a productive meeting with the New Zealand ministerial delegation led by its deputy prime minister Winston Peters last week, says party leader Tina Browne.

NZ supports drug probe

Wednesday May 29, 2019

New Zealand’s police minister Stuart Nash has been approached by a Cook Islander in Auckland with some important information about methamphetamine (meth) dealings in the Cook Islands.

The reserves final in the Raro Cars Rugby League Competition 2019 will be held on Friday.

The inaugural Bluesky Rising Stars Championship got off to a superb start on Friday last week.

Local businesswoman Elena Tavioni led a small team of protesters at the Avarua wharf carpark yesterday to voice concern against the court making decisions on election matters.

Defending champions Tupapa Panthers snatched victory from the jaws of defeat in the domestic rugby league competition semi-final over the weekend.

About a quarter of the aronga mapu (youth) in the Cook Islands experience sexual violence, indicates a study on sexuality and relationships education in the country.

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