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Heavy machinery for Pa Enua

Thursday August 21, 2014

An announcement of heavy machinery destined for the outer islands is being heralded by the Government, but the Opposition is giving a lukewarm reaction to the news.

Yacht runs aground on reef

Wednesday August 20, 2014

A sailing yacht has run aground on the reef on Suwarrow, prompting local officials to deal with removing the vessel from the pristine island.

Election: Petition likely in Mitiaro

Wednesday August 20, 2014

Mitiaro’s next Member of Parliament could be decided by the High Court, as it appears the island’s election results will be the subject of two petitions.

Cooks score medals in NZ comp

Tuesday August 19, 2014

Students from the Cook Islands Tertiary Training Institute did the country proud when they earned a trio of medals at the 2014 team cooking competition at the New Zealand Culinary Fare in Auckland.

After being left in the dark, the public is voicing anger over the government’s decision to keep quiet on details of a settlement with a foreign fishing company over illegal fishing.

The presence of the world’s pre-eminent superpower in the Pacific has been enduring and will continue to become further entrenched in the region.

The scourge of video piracy has prompted the managers of Rarotonga’s Empire Theatre to seek the support of a US diplomat.

A regional fisheries agency representing 17 Pacific nations has added itself to a growing chorus that is highlighting the distressed levels of bigeye tuna stocks.

Massive wahoo speared

Monday August 18, 2014

After some gruelling hand-to-fin combat, a local spear fisher is claiming to have entered the record books after landing a sizeable wahoo.

Security costs have been paid for three more petitions, including two that will decide the political fates of Prime Minister Henry Puna and Opposition Leader Wilkie Rasmussen.

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