Jaimie Keay

Jaimie Keay

Vehicle crashes at all-time high

Thursday October 04, 2018

Cook Islands Road Safety Council is calling on the authorities to tighten the law around drink driving after motor vehicle crashes, mostly resulting from alcohol, reached an annual high in September.

Last Friday, the local community headed to the St Joseph’s School gala day, to help the school’s fundraising efforts.

Dear Editor,

Now that the war with ghost writers and smoke signalers appear to be waning, the election has come and gone with government losing the election and regaining the Treasury benches (only in the Cook Islands), the Budget is passed and we again have political stability, people are asking where to now with the Paradise Prosperity Plan (PPP) development scoped by Merchant of Paradise (MOP) for the Pa Enua.

A group of students from Tokoroa High School is currently in the Cook Islands to help further their study of our language.

Flames too hot for champions

Monday October 01, 2018

The final round before the knock-outs in this year’s Rising Stars Netball Tournament has seen this year’s biggest upset.

Three Kukis up against the Storm

Saturday September 29, 2018

Three Cook Islanders will be up against the storm when Sydney Roosters take on Melbourne in the NRL grand final tonight at 11.20pm (Cook Islands time).

Rod Rixon concludes his fascinating look at the history of cinema in the Cook Islands.

Pearls host Flames for big clash

Saturday September 29, 2018

The final round is upon us in this year’s Rising Stars Netball Championships, with the knock-out stages looming on the horizon.

Winner’s tale about a true super hero

Saturday September 29, 2018

Following on from the recent Literacy Week run by the Ministry of Education, we are going to be publishing some of the winning entries from the creative writing competition over the next few weeka. The theme for this year’s competition was “Cook Islands Heroes”.

Te Uki Ou gets the app ‘appening

Friday September 28, 2018

Continuing to improve communication was the biggest reason behind Apii Te Uki Ou creating a new phone application (app).

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