Maitai wreck subject of new book

Maitai wreck subject of new book

THE “TRUE” story of Royal Mail Ship Maitai whose wreckage is still visible off Avarua harbour will be unveiled in a book written by a Cook Islands-based physicist.

Fishing ‘armada’ just four boats

COOK ISLANDERS’ perceptions of a Spanish armada of fishing boats heading into their waters to pillage fish stocks couldn’t be further from the truth.

New monitoring system for boats

COOK ISLANDS has signed an agreement to pilot an Electronic Monitoring System aboard fishing vessels operating in our waters.

Good news full of hope and promise

THERE IS no greater news than this: “The God of the Universe knows you and loves you, and all of your sins and wrong doing. He forgives at His expense in Christ.”

Netball off to a rousing start

THE 2016 Netball in Paradise got off to a rousing start yesterday with the traditional turou welcoming the teams participating in this year’s tournament at Bluesky Sports Arena in Nikao.

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Course focuses on safety issues

Course focuses on safety issues

Course focuses on safety issues

Course focuses on safety issues

Course focuses on safety issues

Course focuses on safety issues

Course focuses on safety issues

Course focuses on safety issues

Course focuses on safety issues

Course focuses on safety issues

Course focuses on safety issues

Course focuses on safety issues

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Netball off to a rousing start

Netball off to a rousing start

Netball off to a rousing start

Netball off to a rousing start

Netball off to a rousing start

Netball off to a rousing start

Netball off to a rousing start

Netball off to a rousing start

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