Jaimie Keay

Jaimie Keay

Final location for X Country

Wednesday July 11, 2018

The end is nigh for this year’s Rarotonga X Country series.

Tereora College students have again had the opportunity to hear an inspirational account of life after school.

Continuing the strong relationship between the Cook Islands and Rangiora High School in New Zealand, Rangiora’s First XV coach Glen Dunseath will be in Rarotonga next week to take in the local rugby action.

Since opening its doors last year, the Te Are Manu (TAM) clinic has been kept busy attending to the needs of animals on Rarotonga.

New location for X Country

Saturday July 07, 2018

The competitors in this year’s Rarotonga X Country series should be happy about their new race location next week.

Young sailors at world champs

Saturday July 07, 2018

Two Cook Islands sailors are off to the World Sailing Youth Championships.

Students at Rutaki School are proudly wearing their new sports uniforms – and they are really looking the part.

A new surf shop, stocking purely local Cook Islands brands, has just finished its second week in business.

Following an extremely successful maiden project in Aitutaki in July 2017, Travel Teacher volunteers have returned to Araura College to provide teaching support to students and teachers as part of a one-month service expedition throughout the final weeks of term two.

Regional solidarity was the main message at the closing of the 15th Forum Fisheries Committee Ministers Meeting on Thursday.

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