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Carving stronger links

Tuesday June 23, 2015

Traditional links between Aotearoa and the Cook Islands have been strengthened through the recent Taurua Matariki carving and weaving exhibition.

Mindful living through yoga

Tuesday June 23, 2015

Close to 70 yoga practitioners deepened their knowledge of the holistic benefits of yoga on ‘International Day of Yoga’ held on Sunday in Muri.

Flare-ups and finesse were all part of round one club rugby union games at the weekend.

More rugby scholarships

Tuesday June 23, 2015

Selectors from Rangiora High School will be back on Rarotonga this weekend to scout for more local rugby talent to bolster the school’s first XV rugby team.

Team Cook Islands athletes received blessings at the weekend to safeguard them when they depart for Papua New Guinea next week to compete in the Pacific Games.

Leading critic of the Social Assistance Bill, recently debated in the New Zealand parliament, is calling it a social discrimination bill.

Fun and games at Takitumu

Monday June 22, 2015

Playtime at Takitumu pre-school is a noisy and joyous time for both the kids and staff.

Poster comp wraps up

Monday June 22, 2015

Te Ipukarea Society, with support from Tourism Cook Islands, has been running a nationwide environment poster competition for Cook Islands schools.

Highlander’s first five-eight Lima Sopoaga is one of the five new names in the 2015 All Blacks. 

Winner jumps for joy

Friday June 19, 2015

Ten-year old Maya Anakiva jumped for joy this week as the fifth and final winner of the weekly CITC Sanitarium promotion.

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