Losirene Lacanivalu

Losirene Lacanivalu

They say a little competition is healthy – and nowhere more so than when kids are competing to cook healthy food.

This evening, families are invited to a free concert at the National Auditorium to celebrate the 70th Anniversary of the People’s Republic of China.

Passport frustration

Friday October 25, 2019

Fijian workers face enormous cost to fly home to get new biometric passports.

A six to eight per cent hike in shipping costs is set to flow through into the supermarkets and other services.

Cargo ships supplying the country with everything from food to infrastructure construction materials will switch to low-sulphur fuel next month.

An hour-long internet outage throughout Cook Islands yesterday was caused by an issue at the Hawai’i-based company that provides satellite internet.

Dream weaver

Tuesday October 22, 2019

It was 21 years ago  Mama Tuki suffered her stroke, but she doesn’t let disability stand in her way. 

A six-year-old Cook Islands girl who was a victim of a hit and run incident in Hawaii is expected to be discharged from hospital today.

The naturopath whose Cook Islands disciples continue to practice her prohibited remedies says she is the victim of a Nazi-style propaganda campaign.

Fiji is out. Samoa is gone. Tonga is out. Now, as the knockout stages of the Rugby World Cup get underway, increasing numbers of people in the Cooks are swinging their support behind another Pacific island nation …

Australian naturopath Barbara O’Neill has been banned from pushing her unproven cancer cure in Australia – but here in the Cook Islands, her followers are awaiting her next visit with excitement. 

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