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. 

Te Maeva Nui memory lives on

Tuesday August 11, 2015

The calibre of performances at this year’s Te Maeva Nui event has blown many away, and even though it’s all over, the memories made will surely live on forever.

Taro find ‘alarming’

Wednesday August 12, 2015

Bio-security officers intercepted a haul of banned taro from Samoa on board the ship Lady Naomi on Monday.

Cycling fan wins new ride

Wednesday August 12, 2015

Cycle enthusiast Julie Middleton walked away from Ride Rarotonga with a new bike today, thanks to her participation in the 50 Days for 50 Years cycling campaign.

TMN results are in!

Saturday August 08, 2015

The teams for Te Maeva Nui put on some stunning performances over the past few weeks, and the results of all that hard work are finally in.

Flu still plagues island

Saturday August 08, 2015

People are most contagious at the earliest stages of sickness, which could explain the rapid spread of viral infections on Rarotonga, says chief medical officer Dr Bernard Fouke.

Corruption claims sour festival

Monday August 10, 2015

Claims of corruption and concerns over the unfair treatment of dance teams have arisen following the closing of Te Maeva Nui 2015.

Celebrating Cooks Islands art

Monday August 10, 2015

Cook Islands senior heritage artists will travel to New Zealand in September as part of an annual Pacific cultural and artistic exchange.  

Busy day for High Court

Friday August 07, 2015

The Rarotonga High Court was inundated with criminal cases yesterday, with a total of 42 people making appearances.

Remembering 1965 first-hand

Friday August 07, 2015

There are many who remember what it was like before the Cook Islands became self-governing, but only two remain who were part of the government when it all changed. CI News spoke to one of those people about what it was like to experience firsthand the historic moment we are all celebrating.

A paralyzed woman from New Zealand, who recently visited the Cook Islands for the 50th anniversary celebrations, is putting out an urgent call for her lost wheelchair cushion.

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