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Burning rubbish sparks bush fire

Friday August 07, 2015

A burning pile of rubbish which became out of control on the beach in Tupapa had firefighters on alert yesterday.

China shows commitment to Apii Nikao

Wednesday August 05, 2015

The Chinese government will be pledging their commitment to the rebuild of Apii Nikao School today with an official ‘commitment ceremony’.

Disability workshops begin

Wednesday August 05, 2015

The first of four workshops for families and carers of children with autism or a disability will begin tomorrow.

Trades Days a huge success

Monday August 03, 2015

FRIDAY was the last day for the BCI Trades Days at Constitution Park, and organisers are hailing the event a huge success.

The vibrancy, visibility and appreciation for art in the Cook Islands is amazing, says Christina Jeffery.

Minister of Agriculture Kiriau Turepu (left) and director of research and development, William Wigmore were two of many ministry staff celebrating Agriculture Day yesterday.

Break-in ‘an act of evil’

Thursday July 30, 2015

A local accommodation owner is furious following an attempted break in to her guest homes last week, saying it was ‘an act of evil’.

Mangaia had fun with their ute on Monday night, entertaining the crowd at the National Auditorium with their spontaneous dance moves.

Thrilling and fierce...

Wednesday July 29, 2015

The third night of Te Maeva Nui 2015 sent the audience on a journey through time, with many groups dedicating their performance to the history of their islands.

Kids enjoy Trades Day games

Tuesday July 28, 2015

Tutsi Herman (left), Teatuanui George and Ababa Hagai gave a ‘Charlie’s Angels’ pose before getting onto the battlefield for some laser warfare at the BCI Trades Day yesterday.

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