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The Punanga Nui markets will be operating every Thursday evening from 5 to 9pm, starting tonight.

Life on the ocean wave

Tuesday October 08, 2019

John Teaurima has been at sea even longer than his police patrol boat, Te Kukupa – but even he needs seasickness pills in the bigger storms. Melina Etches meets him.

“I’m honoured and proud,” says Terito Story, after being crowned Miss Cook Islands New Zealand.

Beefing up Security systems

Monday October 07, 2019

In a bid to combat the rising burglary and robbery cases on the island, Raro Security Limited is beefing up its security monitoring systems with Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) surveillance.

Water safety tailored to Cooks needs

Saturday October 05, 2019

Five members of Cook Islands Red Cross have returned from Italy, the first qualified water safety and rescue instructors in our region.

Source of fuel leak is traced

Saturday October 05, 2019

The rupture in the Pacific Energy fuel pipeline has been identified as at the joint of two pipelines alongside the main road in Avatiu wharf, opposite Temu Okotai’s Pearl Shop.

Te Kukupa celebrates 30th anniversary

Thursday October 03, 2019

The first Cook Islands captain of Te Kukupa, captain Paranapa Ben re-arranged his travel arrangements to be present at the 30th anniversary of the Police Patrol boat held yesterday morning.

Tupapa-Maraerenga Member of Parliament George Angene has begun clearing streams in preparation for flooding and cyclone season that starts next month.

Hundreds of parents and supporters raised the roof of the National Auditorium, welcoming the Junior Song Quest contestants – but as each singer began, the room fell into captivated silence.

Police patrol boat Te Kukupa spends more than 100 days at sea every year – more than any other patrol vessel in the Pacific.

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