Kukupa on medevac mission

Kukupa on medevac mission

Te Kukupa is engaged in the medical evacuation (medevac) of a pregnant woman from Nassau in the Northern Group.

Legal profession mourns Charles Little

The country’s  legal profession has sadly lost fellow lawyer Charles Little who suddenly passed away in the early hours of Friday morning last week.

Budget: New ambulance, incinerator

The government will be allocating funds to help in the purchase of a second ambulance.

Tradition can be hit or myth

Interesting is an understatement when we once again have to re-examine what is culture and what isn’t after the incident at Atupare Marae with the welcome of Prime Minister Bill English to the Marae and an “Aotearoa Maori” style welcome as witnessed by those present and the picture in the paper.

Cook Island paddlers ready for world event

The Cook Islands paddling team will be no pushover in the inaugural IVF Va‘a World Distance Championships which starts today in Tahiti.

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Paddlers colour the night

Paddlers colour the night

Paddlers colour the night

Paddlers colour the night

Paddlers colour the night

Paddlers colour the night

Paddlers colour the night

Paddlers colour the night

Paddlers colour the night

Paddlers colour the night

Paddlers colour the night

Paddlers colour the night

Sport

Cook Island paddlers ready for world event

Cook Island paddlers ready for world event

Cook Island paddlers ready for world event

Cook Island paddlers ready for world event

Cook Island paddlers ready for world event

Cook Island paddlers ready for world event

Cook Island paddlers ready for world event

Cook Island paddlers ready for world event

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Transformers loses charm, gets complex

Transformers loses charm, gets complex

Transformers loses charm, gets complex