‘We feel violated’

‘We feel violated’

A family’s holiday has been marred by a break-in at their holiday accommodation – while they were there, sleeping. 

Teachers fly in for school year from home and afar

Some will to go Tereora and Titikaveka colleges. Some will go further afield – one to Atiu. Monica Tafale among the Cook Islanders returning home to address the teacher shortage.

Kids to be taught to grow food

The agriculture ministry has created a pilot school garden programme in partnership with the Korero O te Orau, to teach about agriculture and its importance for livelihoods.

Mangaia pets get vets

Te Are Manu vets Dr Josie Wyre and Dr Ellen McBryde have returned to Rarotonga after a successful vet trek to Mangaia, desexing and checking over local cats and dogs.

National

Toa is ready to return to service

Toa is ready to return to service

Toa is ready to return to service

Toa is ready to return to service

Toa is ready to return to service

Toa is ready to return to service

Toa is ready to return to service

Toa is ready to return to service

Toa is ready to return to service

Toa is ready to return to service

Toa is ready to return to service

Toa is ready to return to service

Sport

Tupapa off to Champions League qualifiers

Tupapa off to Champions League qualifiers

Tupapa off to Champions League qualifiers

Tupapa off to Champions League qualifiers

Tupapa off to Champions League qualifiers

Tupapa off to Champions League qualifiers

Tupapa off to Champions League qualifiers

Tupapa off to Champions League qualifiers

Opinion

Norman George: Those who leave a giant impact on their nation

Norman George: Those who leave a giant impact on their nation

Norman George: Those who leave a giant impact on their nation

Norman George: Those who leave a giant impact on their nation

Features

Our own Cook Islands superheroes

Our own Cook Islands superheroes

Our own Cook Islands superheroes