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Powerless to help pigs

Monday October 19, 2015

The SPCA says they are powerless to help a group of badly neglected animals at the Sheraton site in Vaimaanga, despite public outcries.

The local athletic community is mourning the loss of a well-known and loved athlete from New Zealand, who was killed in a tragic car accident this week.

Looking good for Miss Pacific show

Friday October 16, 2015

Miss Pacific Islands and her chaperone Kristian Scanlan left the Cook Islands on Wednesday this week with a renewed sense of support for the nation as hosts of Miss Pacific 2015.

Community farewells Papa Taia

Thursday October 15, 2015

The Cook Islands said a final farewell to a well loved and long-serving member of the community yesterday, Papa Mapu Taia.

Beauties of the Pacific

Wednesday October 14, 2015

Miss Pacific Islands Latafale Auva’a (left) and Miss Cook Islands Felicia George showing off the natural beauty of the Pacific while in Aitutaki.

Lagoon Day promises big ideas

Wednesday October 14, 2015

The leaders of tomorrow will share their solutions for today at the annual Lagoon Day event next week.

For Charlie Numanga, a tragic road accident on Rarotonga in the early 80s inspired a long-time passion for saving lives and easing suffering.

GLAMOUR met island roots last week at The Crown Beach Resort and Spa as Miss Pacific Islands Latafale Auva’a make her debut in the Cook Islands.

Celebrating World Mental Health Day

Saturday October 10, 2015

Te Kainga Mental Health Services is inviting all to join them at the Punanga Nui Markets today as they raise awareness for World Mental Health Day.

USP opens new door to China

Saturday October 10, 2015

The relationship between the Cook Islands and the People’s Republic of China has received another boost, with the opening of the first ever Confucius classroom this week.

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