Positively blooming in parliament

Positively blooming in parliament

Four MPs from the Opposition Democratic Party proudly wore their ei katu to Parliament’s sitting at the Crown Beach Resort yesterday, in protest at a ban on the headwear.

Teau speaks out: ‘No sympathy’

·  Police lay drug charges against Sam Capper, founder of building firm that’s taken families’ money and gone bust.

·  His former girlfriend, left to clean up the mess, tells of her pain: ‘Sam has managed to damage many lives, my own included.’

Big savings for Pa Enua in new online registry

The Ministry of Justice has launched a new online company registry – and dropped the registration fee from $130 to $75.

Diving operator disputes tourist drowning verdict

The death of a Canadian tourist in Aitutaki last week has been ruled to be a drowning.

Tropical Santa

Father Christmas has arrived!

National

Sport

Fire in their belly

Fire in their belly

Fire in their belly

Fire in their belly

Fire in their belly

Fire in their belly

Fire in their belly

Fire in their belly

Fire in their belly

Opinion

Letters: No excuses for not paying workers

Letters: No excuses for not paying workers

Letters: No excuses for not paying workers

Letters: No excuses for not paying workers

Features

Who would be there for Jesus today?

Who would be there for Jesus today?

Who would be there for Jesus today?