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Cook Islands Prime Minister Henry Puna has met with Australia's Foreign Minister, Marise Payne, in Rarotonga.
The Cook Islands group opposing the use of chlorine in the Rarotonga water supply intends to launch a petition.
The Cook Islands prime minister says there's plenty on offer in the country's fledgling friendship with Indonesia. Audio
The Cook Islands Aquatics Federation plans to challenge a ruling that denied four swimmers the chance to compete at the Pacific Games.
The Cook Islands prime minister says there's plenty on offer in the country's fledgling friendship with Indonesia.
The Cook Islands Government has been told it needs to properly consult with the people more over how, or whether, to purify the water on Rarotonga. Audio
Cook Islands' opposition leader Tina Browne says claims made by traditional leaders over the Infrastructure Act are not true and show they do not understand what the bill is about.
As Radio Cook Islands prepares to lose its transmitter mast on Rarotonga it is seeking international help to improve its services to the outer islands. Audio
A Cook Islands group says a lot more research is needed before using chemicals to disinfect the water supply on Rarotonga.
Radio Cook Islands is seeking help to maintain its services around the country, after a decision to dismantle the station's rusting AM transmitter mast in Rarotonga.
The Cook Islands government says it is yet to decide how to disinfect the water supply in Rarotonga.