Bluesky building in for refit

Bluesky building in for refit

Bluesky’s burned-out core site building in Aroa will not be demolished but will be fully refitted ready for the installation of new mobile core equipment, O3B Satellite System gear and other network equipment and infrastructure.

Drug resistance global issue: Glassie

The need to address the issue of antibiotic resistance was emphasised by Health minister Nandie Glassie at the opening of the national meeting on Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) at Crown Beach Resort yesterday morning.

He’s out to terminate climate change damage

Movie star Arnold Schwarzenegger’s support in the fight against climate change has added weight to the plea of small island states such as the Cook Islands, says health minister Nandi Glassie.

Passport check urged

The New Zealand High Commission will be closed over the Christmas period, and they urge all those with passports that have expired to renew them as soon as possible.

Serena Hunter joins Te Tupu

Top female paddler Serena Hunter has made a switch to Te Tupu o Te Manava open women’s team ahead of this year’s Matson Vaka Eiva which starts next week.

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Failed UNESCO bid has positive side

Failed UNESCO bid has positive side

Failed UNESCO bid has positive side

Failed UNESCO bid has positive side

Failed UNESCO bid has positive side

Failed UNESCO bid has positive side

Failed UNESCO bid has positive side

Failed UNESCO bid has positive side

Failed UNESCO bid has positive side

Failed UNESCO bid has positive side

Failed UNESCO bid has positive side

Failed UNESCO bid has positive side

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‘Stupid’ helmet law has proved unenforceable

‘Stupid’ helmet law has proved unenforceable

‘Stupid’ helmet law has proved unenforceable

‘Stupid’ helmet law has proved unenforceable

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