Handover celebrates China links

Handover celebrates China links

The special relationship between the People’s Republic of China and the Cook Islands was celebrated yesterday, when more of the $10 million worth of Chinese machinery and other equipment was handed over in a special ceremony.

‘Weather bomb’ moves away

A ‘weather bomb’ predicted to hit Rarotonga this weekend is unlikely to eventuate, but the weather could still worsen from today.

Minister of Health back in Bangkok

Minister of Health Nandi Glassie has returned to Bangkok, this time to attend an Asia-Pacific inter-governmental meeting on HIV and AIDS.

Red Cross on road to brighter future

Despite having travelled a rocky road in recent years, the Cook Islands Red Cross Society says it is on the right path to a bright future.

Our statistician a top achiever

Cook Islands statistician Jim Nimerota has become the first Pacific Islander to receive the 2014 Raymond T Bowman Memorial Prize for Outstanding Achievement, after attending an 18-week training course, “Improving Capability in Producing Official Statistics Relating to Millennium Development Goals (MDG) Indicators,” in Japan. 

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Active prize pack keeps family fit

Active prize pack keeps family fit

Active prize pack keeps family fit

Active prize pack keeps family fit

Active prize pack keeps family fit

Active prize pack keeps family fit

Active prize pack keeps family fit

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Opuu makes talent top three

Opuu makes talent top three

Opuu makes talent top three