People loss a festival risk

People loss a festival risk

The risk of indirectly helping to depopulate sister islands by bringing Pa Enua teams to Rarotonga to compete in Te Maeva Nui has to be accepted by government, says Cook Islands Prime Minister Henry Puna.

Agriculture celebrates half-century

Minister of Agriculture Kiriau Turepu (left) and director of research and development, William Wigmore were two of many ministry staff celebrating Agriculture Day yesterday.

Specialist focuses on our Parliament

In 50 years, the Cook Islands voting public has elected just nine women to Parliament.

Break-in ‘an act of evil’

A local accommodation owner is furious following an attempted break in to her guest homes last week, saying it was ‘an act of evil’.

Chance to check out patrol boat

The Royal New Zealand offshore patrol vessel HMNZS Otago will return to Rarotonga on the afternoon of Thursday July 30 and will be open to the public between 10am and 3pm on Monday August 3.

National

Specialist focuses on our Parliament

Specialist focuses on our Parliament

Specialist focuses on our Parliament

Specialist focuses on our Parliament

Specialist focuses on our Parliament

Specialist focuses on our Parliament

Specialist focuses on our Parliament

Specialist focuses on our Parliament

Specialist focuses on our Parliament

Specialist focuses on our Parliament

Specialist focuses on our Parliament

Specialist focuses on our Parliament

Sport

CIRU plans rugby feast

CIRU plans rugby feast

CIRU plans rugby feast

CIRU plans rugby feast

CIRU plans rugby feast

CIRU plans rugby feast

CIRU plans rugby feast

CIRU plans rugby feast

Opinion

Features

‘Family art’ draws crowd

‘Family art’ draws crowd

‘Family art’ draws crowd