Losirene Lacanivalu

Losirene Lacanivalu

The hostels behind Avarua are emptying as workers from the outer islands flee home to their island fortresses before Friday’s travel deadline.

Go digital, say banks

Wednesday March 18, 2020

Banks say Cook Islanders and their companies will be forced to use electronic payments instead of face-to-face transactions, if Covid-19 arrives.

As Cook Islands close down their borders, Cook Islanders open up their hearts. 

Aitutaki tourism brothers Nick and Mike Henry say they’re at Code Red already. Now, it’s time to start to rebuild.

The first six travellers tested for Covid-19 in Cook Islands have all been cleared, in a rare piece of good news.

Nearly 200 people attended a major tourism meeting this morning, where they pleaded for government to move more quickly on assistance for the business community in confronting a major visitor downturn.

Parents ready to step up to challenge of keeping kids home.

Working parents are worrying about how they will manage childcare as Rarotonga children are sent off on an early school break from Friday afternoon.

The sins of the grandfather shall be visited upon the granddaughter.

Arson case adjourned again

Monday March 16, 2020

Defence lawyer Wilkie Rasmussen is ready to enter a plea for his client, alleged arsonist Derek Trego.

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

Lawyer prosecuting Prime Minister has winning form.

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