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. 

One crown, but seven winners

Tuesday September 15, 2015

Only one winner was crowned Miss Cook Islands on Saturday night, but each and every one of the seven young women who took to the stage deserves congratulations, and high praise.

Web workshop back by popular demand

Tuesday September 15, 2015

With internet use in the Cook Islands growing rapidly, local IT specialist Tim Nubono says knowing how to stay safe online is becoming more important.

Ebola workshop prepares for the worst

Monday September 14, 2015

The Cook Islands is fighting fit should the deadly Ebola virus reach our shores thanks to a three-day workshop at Rarotonga Hospital last week.

Ladies in the pink for a good cause

Monday September 14, 2015

Pink was the new black on Tuesday night, with more than 50 men and women in 50 shades of pink rallying together for a good cause. 

Pneumonia on the rise

Friday September 11, 2015

The rapid spread of sickness during Te Maeva Nui celebrations isn’t over yet, with the hospital now seeing a rise in pneumonia cases.

Sensitive issue aired

Friday September 11, 2015

More than 30 people have died through committing suicide in the Cook Islands, and yesterday, a special day was held with the aim of ensuring that this number does not rise.

India eyes ocean resource potential

Wednesday September 09, 2015

The Cook Islands can look forward to closer ties with India following Minister for Health Nandie Glassie’s visit to the country last month.

Mental health service targets Pa Enua

Friday September 04, 2015

Te Kainga Mental Health Services on Rarotonga are going the extra mile to ensure that Cook Islanders suffering from stress and mental illness are properly cared for.

Cook Islands Maori goes digital

Friday September 04, 2015

The nation took a big leap towards preserving the Maori language this week, with the launch of the new Cook Islands Maori Dictionary mobile application.

Time to take a stand on road safety

Wednesday September 02, 2015

Enough is enough. The time to take a stand and make a change for the safety of people on Cook Islands’ roads is now, says Dr Aumea Herman.

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