It was a calmer day for the Vaka Eiva safety crew yesterday as teams battled it out in the open mixed and master mixed Round Raro Relay.
Cook Islands Health Minister Nandi Glassie used his weekend between two United Nations meetings in Bangkok to visit a ground-breaking youth programme in Northern Thailand.
The international engineering consultancy contracted to design stage two of the Te Mato Vai project has completed its work and presented its plan to the Project Steering Group overseeing the project.
After two weeks of intense self-development training with the Cook Islands Police and New Zealand Defence Force – 30 local boys will graduate the youth development programme this morning.
Despite the rain, the schools dressed their buildings with colourful flowers, plants, fruits, and a variety of props.