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Food day community effort

Friday October 23, 2015

People from all corners of the community took time out of their day to be both educated and well fed at World Food Day last week.

Jetstar arrival ‘not unexpected’

Thursday October 22, 2015

The announcement of a third international airline service on Rarotonga has not fazed Air New Zealand, with a spokesman saying the move was not unexpected.

Lagoon Day promotes change

Thursday October 22, 2015

Lagoon Day kicks off tomorrow and is set to inspire better environmental choices in the community, as it has since its inception in 2008.

Passports to be valid for 10 years

Thursday October 22, 2015

Cook Islanders will be able to get 10-year passports from December onwards after a law was passed in New Zealand, extending the term for which they are valid.

Cook Islands, New Zealand and Australian dignitaries gathered on Friday night to celebrate the Cook Islands’ participation in the new Colombo Plan programme, launched in April.

Minister requests some real action

Wednesday October 21, 2015

An environmental project spanning from the mountain ridges to the ocean reefs of the Cook Islands began yesterday at New Hope Church.

It was an emotional farewell for disability advocate, champion and coordinator Pat Farr at Are Pa Metua yesterday.

Education supports USP qualifications

Wednesday October 21, 2015

The Cook Islands Ministry of Education remains confident in the quality of qualifications from the University of South Pacific, following concerns expressed in Fiji about some of them.

$800 ambulance fee stuns tourist

Tuesday October 20, 2015

An Australian tourist was stunned to be charged $800 for an ambulance to take his wife to Rarotonga Hospital after she collapsed on a local bus service.

A varied line up of presentations is planned for the annual Lagoon Day event this week, promising a very educational few days.

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