Conor Leathley

Conor Leathley

Cook Islands General Transport has made a timely and very helpful donation to the Health ministry.

Te Ipukarea Society project officer Liam Kokaua departed for Hawaii yesterday to take part in the fifth Young Pacific Leaders Conference in Honolulu.

Reusable cups will help cut waste

Monday January 15, 2018

The Cook Islands Voyaging Society will soon begin selling customised reusable cups, with the goal of helping to reduce the waste sent to Rarotonga’s overfilled landfill.

A Cook Islander with a heart of gold returned to his island home two years ago, where he saw an opportunity to help out a dear friend and the community at large.

Great year coming up for badminton

Friday January 12, 2018

Last year was a memorable one for badminton, and 2018 promises to be just as entertaining for the popular sport.

A ban on single use non-biodegradable plastic, including bags and polystyrene takeaway containers, will come into force in Vanuatu at the end of this month, and the Cook Islands could soon be following suit.

Sopoaga shuns RWC for England offer

Thursday January 11, 2018

All Black Lima Sopoaga, who has maternal links to the Cook Islands, has made the stunning choice to forfeit a place at next year’s Rugby World Cup by taking up an offer to play rugby in England.

Hostel service for traditional leader

Thursday January 11, 2018

The late Ada Teaupurepure Rongomatane Ariki will be honoured at a ceremony at the Atiu Hostel this morning.

Police have confirmed alcohol was a factor in the incident which led to the stranding of the Ocean Fresh Limited longline fishing vessel Zambucca on the reef at Muri on Friday night.

Netball set for an exciting 2018

Wednesday January 10, 2018

2017 was an unforgettable year for Netball Cook Islands, beginning with a tournament of youngsters in January, and ending with the champion national team in December.

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