Fisherman speaks out

A local fisherman now living in New Zealand has spoken out against the growth of purse seine fishing in Cook Islands waters.

Solar energy changes lives on isolated northern islands

Soon almost 100 per cent of the electricity supply of the Northern Group will be generated using renewable energy.  

Te Mato Vai ring mains over the halfway point

The laying of the new water ring mains around Rarotonga as part of the $64 million Te Mato Vai project is now more than 50 per cent complete and at the present rate of progress all of the new pipe will be in the ground by the end of this year.

All like their chances in Vaipae-Tautu

With three days to go until the Vaipae-Tautu by-election, all three political parties are quietly confident they have thrown a winning candidate into the ring. 

Easter touch rugby makes a comeback

There’s an opportunity to run off that overdose of chocolate eggs at the Easter social touch rugby tournament on Saturday April 4.

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Emotion clouds purse seine fishing debate

Emotion clouds purse seine fishing debate

Emotion clouds purse seine fishing debate

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