Jet blast puts three in hospital

Jet blast puts three in hospital

Three tourists have been discharged from hospital after sustaining injuries at the jet-blast area on the inland end of Rarotonga International Airport’s runway.

Tutaka warnings avoid prosecutions, says MoH

The Ministry of Health has assured the public that their aim is not to prosecute people when it comes to complying with the island-wide Tutaka programme.

Shelter not so plastic after all

The designer and construction manager of the new shelter or Are Tapaenga beside Avatiu harbour has defended the project against a critic who labelled the roof ‘plastic’.

Invasive species under attack

THE NATIONAL Invasive Species Strategy Action Plan (NISSAP) will be unveiled during the National Invasive Species workshop at the New Hope Church in Avarua today.

Giant snails remain a risk

GIANT African snails remain one of the most risky invasive species to the Cook Islands, says a New Zealand-based biodiversity consultant.

National

Giant snails remain a risk

Giant snails remain a risk

Giant snails remain a risk

Giant snails remain a risk

Giant snails remain a risk

Giant snails remain a risk

Giant snails remain a risk

Giant snails remain a risk

Giant snails remain a risk

Giant snails remain a risk

Giant snails remain a risk

Giant snails remain a risk

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Football refs update skills

Football refs update skills

Football refs update skills

Football refs update skills

Football refs update skills

Football refs update skills

Football refs update skills

Football refs update skills

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