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The infamous ‘$600,000 cars’ were officially handed over to the Prime Minister’s office last week for the 50th anniversary of self-government celebrations.

Trades day a real hit

Tuesday July 28, 2015

Day one of the BCI Trades Day was a hit with locals and tourists who decided to try the ‘go local experience’ under some long-awaited sunshine.

 It’s official. After months of anticipation, excitement, drama and hard work, Te Maeva Nui 2015 is finally upon us.

The spread of a virus among the Pa Enua on Rarotonga has sparked further concern among politicians and the public. 

A man’s honesty helped him escape a longer prison sentence for the cultivation, use and sale of cannabis.

Five make debut at big launch

Friday July 24, 2015

Five stunning young woman made their debut at the MCIPA Miss Cook Islands 2015 launch on Wednesday night.

CINews reporter Sarah Wilson enlisted in the five-week Beginner’s Chinese Language Course at USP and covered her experiences in a regular column in CI News.

Cook ISLANDS gathered yesterday for what is the most spirited, exciting and creative event of Te Maeva Nui.

The Ministry of Health will be revisiting the regulations around helmet use following new concerning research presented at the annual health conference last week.

Pa Ariki celebrates 25th

Monday July 27, 2015

Today, Pa Ariki, family and friends will be gathering for celebration of royal proportions at the Pa Ariki Palace Grounds in Turangi.

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