Richard Moore

Richard Moore

Future maintenance work on the Nikao Cemetery looks assured with the police and New Zealand High Commission combining resources for the project.

SPCA to survey 600 homes

Thursday June 01, 2017

The SPCA on Rarotonga is about to begin a survey of 600 households on the island to discover what Cook Islanders think about their dogs.

A modern-day miracle occurred at Tereora College yesterday morning when more than two dozen teens were struck temporarily silent in class.

A Virgin Australia jet was left stranded at Rarotonga International Airport after a cabin crew member fell ill on Sunday night.

They are young, good-looking and they are setting their sights on being big names in the glorious world of opera.

The shooting of a beloved pet dog by someone in upper Ariki Rd, Atupa, has the neighbourhood worried about the safety of their children and pets.

Te Mana Charting hazards

Monday May 29, 2017

While it is no longer within sight of people watching from the shore, the Royal New Zealand Navy’s frigate Te Mana is still operating in our waters.

Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Immigration, Tepaeru Herrmann, acknowledges the current immigration legislative framework that governs immigration operations requires updating. 

Senior Foreign Affairs and Immigration officials were on Thursday called before Parliament’s Public Accounts Committee and asked to explain immigration fees charged on foreign workers brought into the Cook Islands.

A group of travellers were left with a sour taste after they were abandoned with no accommodation when their Virgin Australia flight was forced to return unexpectedly to Rarotonga.

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