Conor Leathley

Conor Leathley

Panthers are still on form

Tuesday August 08, 2017

The Tupapa Panthers continued their great form on Saturday with a smashing victory over Ngatangiia Dragons by 48-5 at Tupapa Field.

The Cook Islands may have finished the indoor handball tournament without a win, but coach Peter John was encouraged by the team’s final performance.

Ministry of Marine Resources hosted a visiting Chinese delegation at the New Hope Hall last Tuesday to receive donated fishing and transport equipment.

Tahiti have beaten the Cook Islands 13-9 to claim the title of Oceania Rugby Cup Champions and take the Oceania 4 qualification spot for the Rugby World Cup.

Eels win in slippery conditions

Monday August 07, 2017

Avatiu/Nikao Eels defeated Takuvaine Reds 33-17 on Saturday after a commanding first half performance where they scored 19 unanswered points.

Action and colour light up stage

Monday August 07, 2017

The success of Te Maeva Nui continued on Wednesday night as the local teams expertly entertained the crowd with their story-telling, dancing and singing.

The second night of Te Maeva Nui cultural dance performances was a mix of traditional and contemporary performances that thrilled the packed National Auditorium crowd.

Invitation to attend China festival

Thursday August 03, 2017

Representatives of the Tourism and Culture government departments have been invited to a culture festival in Zhuhai, China, by a visiting Chinese delegation.

Amnesty open all year

Thursday August 03, 2017

The tax amnesty office is now open until the end of the year to assist anyone who needs help meeting their tax obligations.

Tahiti ready for the Cooks

Wednesday August 02, 2017

Tahiti is all set for this Friday’s battle against the Cook Islands at BCI Stadium.

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