Conor Leathley

Conor Leathley

It may only be early days for the fourth Annual Business House Badminton Competition, but the teams to watch for are becoming obvious.

The second week of the Manea Games began in earnest as athletes were up and running at 6am for the cross-country event.

Raro Rumble draws crowd of 200

Monday October 16, 2017

Whether they were there for the good cause or to see some quality boxing, over 200 people packed into Avatiu Field to support the first Raro Rumble.

Local man advises NZ First

Monday October 16, 2017

Cook Islands resident Paul Carrad is playing an important role in drawn-out negotiations which will decide whether National or Labour will govern New Zealand

Aitutaki shines

Monday October 16, 2017

Aitutaki continue to make the Manea Games their own, as they are looking likely to claim as many as three gold medals in the second day of the tennis competition.

The idea of a person living a single day over and over again can provide an interesting scenario for a movie.

Tennis brings stars to the court

Friday October 13, 2017

The first day of tennis was a spectacular one in the Mitiaro Manea Games, as the top talent in the competition shone through.

Empowering Rarotonga youth was the uniting theme for some of the participants in tonight’s Raro Rumble, the charity fight night that will be held at the Avatiu sports ground.

The Givealittle page set up in memory of Michelle Robertson has had an overwhelming response, having already received over $3000 despite being open for only a few days.

Oral health warning

Monday October 09, 2017

Urgent action needs to be taken to protect the oral health of Cook Islands children if they are to be protected from contracting serious diseases later in life, says Public Health’s Chief Dental Officer, Dr Danny Areai.

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