Latest News for: Cook islands trust


Best Asset Protection Strategies for Real Estate Professionals

Victoria Advocate 03 Nov 2023
Real estate professionals may find Cook Islands trusts to be ideal. What sets Cook Islands Trusts apart is the flexibility they offer; the individual who establishes the trust (known as the settlor) can also designate themselves as the trust's beneficiary ... To access assets held in a Cook Islands trust, creditors face significant legal challenges.

The Existential Dilemma of Offshore Riches

Truth Dig 18 Oct 2023
Two jovial Cook Islanders known as the “aunties,” ... A zoologist by training and former director of the Cook Islands Natural Heritage Trust, which records species in the Cook Islands, McCormack sees mining as having “the least environmental impact of any industry I can think of.”.

Black-shouldered Lapwings: Rare vagrants on Rarotonga

Cook Islands News 07 Oct 2023
Over the next few days, they fed, ran over the lawn, and flew around the area, writes Gerald McCormack, director of Cook Islands Natural Heritage Trust ... This source for the Cook Islands is further reinforced by the Aitutaki 2003 and Ma’uke 2011 birds, which arrived before any had been reported in Tonga or the “Samoas”.

Tree trimming starts multimillion dollar Te Tau Papa O Avarua project

Cook Islands News 04 Oct 2023
According to the Cook Islands Investment Corporation (CIIC), the extensive year-long flora revitalising, tree planting and maintenance programme is part of the Avarua Town Plan - Te Tau Papa O Avarua, which will move through to the Panama Reserve area ... Te Tau Papa O Avarua project is funded by the Cook Islands Infrastructure Trust Fund.

Te Maeva Nui NZ: A showcase and celebration of our uniqueness

Cook Islands News 30 Sep 2023
More than 1400 performers participated in the world’s largest Cook Islands event in Auckland this weekend as tens of thousands made their way through the gates of the Trust Arena to celebrate who we are, our culture, our Reo and each other, writes Thomas Tarurongo Wynne.

Cook Islanders celebrate culture, heritage and identity in Aotearoa

Cook Islands News 30 Sep 2023
Cook Islands culture thundered throughout the Trust Arena, Waitakere in Auckland, New Zealand, this week as Te Maeva Nui ō Aotearoa New Zealand Charitable Trust proudly presented the third biennial Te Maeva Nui NZ performing arts festival of music and dance, arts and crafts of the Cook Islands.

Cook Islands cultural groups showcase their heritage at Te Maeva Nui NZ

Cook Islands News 30 Sep 2023
... performance in the “ute” section on the first night of the biennial Te Maeva Nui New Zealand Cultural Festival at the Trust Arena in Auckland on Thursday (Cook Islands time).

Apii St Joseph’s principal role advertised

Cook Islands News 19 Sep 2023
... Donoghue, the chairman of Catholic Education Trust. Cook Islands News contacted current principal Savenaca Tukitoba who clarified, that at the moment, they were following formalities ... He had taken over the role since then principal Shelley Berry left the Cook Islands in July, 2020.

Nigerian President appoints controversial minister accused of corruption

Blitz 01 Sep 2023
assisted Bagudu and his brother, Ibrahim Bagudu, in transferring €98 million (approximately US$120 million at the time) from an offshore trust registered in the British Virgin Islands to a complex trust structure called the Blue Group, registered in Singapore and the Cook Islands.

Asset Protection Via Cook Islands Trusts: Here’s What You Need To Know

Forbes 25 Aug 2023
The objective of such planning is to protect wealth and business holdings and to shield and maintain retirement savings, an inheritance or an emergency fund ... .

Apii Nikao win gold at Aotearoa sports camp

Cook Islands News 24 Aug 2023
“We are very privileged we took up an opportunity that was offered to us initially through Ben Koteka and the Cook Islands Rugby Union,” said Mokai ... Ava Holten, also in Year 13 said, what makes this even more exciting is that we’re the first school in the Cook Islands.

Te Maeva Nui ō Aotearoa hits the stage next month

Cook Islands News 18 Aug 2023
Te Maeva Nui ō Aotearoa New Zealand Charitable Trust is proud to announce the third bi-annual Te Maeva Nui New Zealand Festival 2023, celebrating the people of the Cook Islands, its community and uniqueness, by showcasing cultural heritage through the creative arts of language, song, dance and music.

Te Ipukarea Society : Update on the bio-control of the Grand Balloon vine on Rarotonga

Cook Islands News 29 Jul 2023
The partnership between Manaaki Whenua – Landcare Research (MWLR) and the Cook Islands Ministry of Agriculture, with assistance from the Cook Islands National Heritage Trust targeted the six highest priority weeds for bio-control.

Te Rito o Taku Peu Tupuna sponsor Te Maeva Nui

Cook Islands News 19 Jul 2023
Te Rito O Taku Peu Tupuna, the Cook Islands Traditional Arts Trust was established in 2020. The trust is a cultural collaboration funded by CIC Ocean Research, a Cook Islands based seabed minerals exploration company. Some highlights of the Arts Trust has been the design of Te Mana ...

Reuben Tylor: Looking at Cooks fisheries

Cook Islands News 18 Jul 2023
In my next article I am going to review the consequences to the Cook Islands and its people of the decline in our fisheries resource ... Joined Short & Tylor in 1975 in Cook Islands, (first private law firm in the Cook Islands). Founded Southpac Trust Company Ltd in 1983, and Cook Islands Trust Corporation in 1998, both as 50% shareholder.

Most Viewed

This handout photo provided by the Uttarakhand State Department of Information and Public Relations shows Pushkar Singh Dhami, right, Chief Minister of the state of Uttarakhand, greeting a worker rescued from the site of an under-construction road tunnel that collapsed in Silkyara in the northern Indian state of Uttarakhand, India, Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2023
AP / Uttarakhand State Department of Information and Public Relations
In this photo released by Uzbekistan's President Press Office, Iran's President Ebrahim Raisi attends the Summit of the Economic Cooperation Organisation (ECO) in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, on Thursday, Nov. 9, 2023
AP / Uzbekistan's President Press Office
Lightning shot at night with a Nikon D40 DSLR, from The West Wing, Pune, Maharashtra, India
Creative Commons / Nihal Wadkar