Losirene Lacanivalu

Losirene Lacanivalu

Leading young ones to the light

Saturday September 26, 2020

Tuaine Papatua spent 20 years in Australia working with youth. Four years ago, he returned to Rarotonga to reach out and help young people at home. 

A man who has been in police custody for two months was granted bail by the High Court.

With depleting cash reserves and increased borrowing, Cook Islands businesses are realising there is only so much they can do to keep staff productive.

A man involved in an argument at the Vaka Shed beside Trader Jacks a month ago has pleaded not guilty.

A Cook Islands village is the inspiration behind a New Zealand seedling business that has raised more than $1500 for an animal rescue organisation.

The need to remove the crown of thorns starfish or taramea as soon as possible is crucial, says Kōrero o te 'Ōrau.

Future football stars hit the field

Wednesday September 23, 2020

Today’s football matches will see youngsters from the U7, U9, U12 and U17 battling it out at the CIFA ground in Matavera.

Turtle set free from fishing net

Wednesday September 23, 2020

Cook Islands Turtle Conservation Society calls on local fisherman to regularly check their fishing nets. 

A peaceful place to relax

Tuesday September 22, 2020

A team from Landholdings Ltd is working on a recreational picnic area at Papua Vai Marere, previously known as Wigmore’s Waterfall in Vaimaanga.

Mario Caffery signed up for the free business course at the University of the South Pacific and now he feels more empowered as a businessman.

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