Sarah Wilson

Sarah Wilson

Sarah Wilson is a General Reporter for Cook Islands News, based Rarotonga, Cook Islands. She has previously worked as a student reporter for NewsWire, Cook Straight News and Kapi-mana News. She has a diploma in Multimedia Journalism and is a graduate of Whitireia. 

There are plenty of health-related reasons to rethink that decision to double the bacon or pile on the corned beef, and cancer is one of them says the World Health Organization.

Bank launches global brand in Pacific

Saturday October 31, 2015

ANZ this week announced a new direction for its advertising across the Pacific, connecting to the bank’s global brand campaign launched in May this year.

Puaikura make it two out of three

Thursday October 29, 2015

Round one of the Vaka Pride competition wrapped up on Friday, with two out of three vaka taking out the three categories.

Why ambulance costs so much

Tuesday October 27, 2015

The Ministry of Health have defended the cost behind the ambulance service following a CI News story about a tourist who felt ‘stung’ by an $800 ambulance trip.

Gospel Day tells of island rebirth

Tuesday October 27, 2015

It’s National Gospel Day on Monday October 26, and hosting church, Nikao CICC, are excited about the much-anticipated event.

Rescue dogs in need of some love

Tuesday October 27, 2015

Anyone in need of a best friend and loyal companion doesn’t have to look very far, with 10 furry candidates ready and waiting at the SPCA in Titikaveka.

Girl guides celebrate 87 years

Tuesday October 27, 2015

The Girl Guides Association Cook Islands celebrated 87 years of guiding in the Cook Islands last week.

School resists new fire station

Friday October 23, 2015

Titikaveka College is holding firm against the construction of a new fire station on school grounds.

November is set to be an exciting month for eight budding artists whose course work is to be put on display in the National Culture Division Museum.

The history and spiritual significance of Tuoro is now on full display for visitors and locals, with the unveiling of a new storyboard at the special site.

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