‘Helping however we can’

Saturday May 09, 2020

Do your little children want to make new friends, enjoy a safe playground and fun environment?

Making Sunday their mum’s Day

Thursday May 07, 2020

For the Cook Islands, this Sunday is Mother’s day.

Twenty-five Cook Islanders on tertiary New Zealand student loans have had part of their debts paid by the government.

Tertiary students complain of loss of jobs and income, and declining mental health in lockdown.

Boy wins court injunction

Thursday April 30, 2020

A court injunction has been slapped on an Australian school, stopping the school expelling a five-year-old Cook Islands boy because of the length of his hair.

Four Cook Islands women are graduating as Pacific fisheries officers, the first of a new group of scholarship recipients.

The new ‘normal’ at school

Tuesday April 21, 2020

No sharing of pens and books, no assemblies and rugby on the field, no hugging your mates. That is what the new “normal” looks like for school students in the Cook Islands.

Newly-inducted student leaders of Tereora College are ready to serve. 

Children stranded by school closures

Wednesday February 19, 2020

Prime Minister tells officials to do a better job of informing the public about weather emergencies like the one that closed schools yesterday. Katrina Tanirau and Jonathan Milne report.

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