Chris Taylor

Chris Taylor

Police crack electronics case

Monday November 19, 2018

Determined Rarotonga CIB detectives have cracked a stolen property case resulting in the recovery of around $50,000 worth of electronic goods, including watches, PlayStations, videogames and laptops.

Five drink drivers land in court

Monday November 19, 2018

The “don’t drink and drive” message is simply still not getting through, says police spokesperson Trevor Pitt.

Police are investigating the case of an abandoned new-born-baby, allegedly found “in a field” in Turangi on Saturday morning. 

Battling the best in basketball

Friday November 16, 2018

The Cook Islands Women's Basketball Team are jetting off to Apia on Saturday to compete in the Polynesian Cup against American Samoa, Tahiti, Tonga and hosts Samoa. The top two will qualify for the South Pacific games in 2019.

As a regular visitor to the island I’m continually blown away by the random acts of kindness from locals.

Penrhyn water OK for now

Friday November 16, 2018

Water shipments to Penrhyn ended last month following a three-month dry spell leading up to Constitution celebrations.

Bodybuilders take on the world

Wednesday November 14, 2018

Two Cook Islands body building champions are set to take on the world’s muscle elite in the 10th World Body Building and Physique Sports Federation from 11 – 17 December in Chiang Mai City, Thailand.

If you saw the weekly planner that hangs in Queen’s Representative Tom Marsters’ kitchen, you’d think there would need to be three of him to get through his demanding schedule.

Small school celebrates big success

Friday December 15, 2017

Teaching staff had prayed the rain would hold off for Apii Rutaki’s prize-giving, and it did.

Loved principal retires... again

Friday December 15, 2017

TUESDAY'S farewell for Apii Rutaki principle Nooroa Ingaua was a sad occasion for pupils past and present, and their parents. 

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