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Songs for the return home

Thursday April 09, 2020

These are wistful times for Cook Islands families who are dispersed around the world. 

The boy was riding home from work last month, late at night. He hadn’t been drinking. He wasn’t speeding. He came round the corner in Rutaki and – boom – he hit a branch across the road.

The remote, crime-ridden community of Aurukun is far, far up in Australia’s northernmost corner.

Tuna never tasted so good

Wednesday March 18, 2020

Think you had a tough day at the office? Cole Harrison had to work even harder for his dinner.

A mother and daughter discovered something they love doing together – and now they’ve found they can make a business out of it.

The unseen harm of bullying

Saturday March 14, 2020

Teachers and parents play a big part in addressing bullying – but young people who have experienced it firsthand are stepping up to teach children to be kind to each other.

A solitary tear runs down Tina Browne’s face as she remembers her father, former prime minister Sir Pupuke Robati. She says she’s inherited his thoroughness and honesty – but not his patience with those who let her down.

Women and girls are make up half the population – but women’s organisations get only 1 per cent of grant funding.

Water boss: It’s lonely at the top

Saturday February 29, 2020

Lonely away from his family, and bruised by the opposition to his work, the departing To Tatou Vai boss is looking forward to a break.

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