Two drown in attempt to cross reef

Two drown in attempt to cross reef

A small group of visiting family and friends are today coming to terms with a tragedy following the death of two members of their wedding party yesterday morning at Muri Lagoon.

Tourism to work on noise issue

Cook Islands Tourism Corporation says it will work with key stakeholders to ensure issues that annoy some visitors, such as too much noise late at night, are addressed.

Tiare festival colourful boost for island

An abundance of colours, natural flora and fragrances will fill the air this week, with the opening of the annual Tiare Festival.

Busy start to week for police

It’s been a busy week so far for police on the island with a variety of cases being followed up. A laptop was reported missing from a tourist accommodation in Muri on the weekend and police are continuing inquiries.

Rotary golf boosts club’s coffers

Cook Islands Rotary Club president Mareko Boyd has issued a very big “thank you” to all of the people who took part in and helped to organise and sponsor the very successful annual Rotary golf tournament held on November 11.

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Crimes Bill prompts robust discussion

Crimes Bill prompts robust discussion

Crimes Bill prompts robust discussion

Crimes Bill prompts robust discussion

Crimes Bill prompts robust discussion

Crimes Bill prompts robust discussion

Crimes Bill prompts robust discussion

Crimes Bill prompts robust discussion

Crimes Bill prompts robust discussion

Crimes Bill prompts robust discussion

Crimes Bill prompts robust discussion

Crimes Bill prompts robust discussion

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