Richard Moore

Richard Moore

Rescued teens count blessings

Friday April 21, 2017

Two teenage visitors from New Zealand are counting their blessings after one of them was sucked out of the lagoon in rough seas on Easter Sunday.

Over the next two months an American vessel is to collect data and map the deep ocean to help the Cook Islands explore areas within the Marae Moana Marine Park.

When springtime rolls around, many in the United States look forward to seeing the snow melt, flowers popping up and trees blooming. 

PM unhappy over fee delay

Tuesday April 18, 2017

Prime minister Henry Puna is not pleased about the length of time it is taking to change motorscooter licensing fees back to $20.

High level look at shooting report

Saturday April 15, 2017

Cabinet has appointed a “high-level working group’’ to ensure a coordinated, transparent and publicly accountable response to findings of the McDermott-Matapo report on the triple shootings on Rarotonga last October.

It has been all go on top of the Air Rarotonga hangar at the airport this week as corroded support purlins are replaced and new roofing sheets are put in place.

PM thankful for calm

Thursday April 13, 2017

As a cyclone ravages the North Island of New Zealand, prime minister Henry Puna is thankful we have avoided a destructive storm this season.

If anyone attending the Salon Culinaire or La Chaine des Rotisseurs competitions yesterday thought they were in for a Hell’s Kitchen style cook-off with loads of yelling and screaming, then they would have been in for a shock.

Young chef of year revealed tonight

Wednesday April 12, 2017

The winner of the Young Chef of the Year competition won’t be known until tonight and that’s the way Phillip Nordt planned it.

If you are a food lover or just enjoy watching cooking competition shows, then get yourself down to the Cook Island Tertiary Training Institute today for a lesson or three in fine dining.

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