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A former police sergeant in New Zealand has created a new app to help migrating Pacific Island families – including those from the Cook Islands – better deal with the realities of New Zealand life when they get there.

‘For the struggle and terrible pain that stopped your wandering steps in this distant place, for the longing and grief that remained in the hearts of your beloved parents, sisters and brothers.’

NZ academic to study here

Friday February 02, 2018

An environmental sociology lecturer from New Zealand will be on Rarotonga later this month to conduct research on the environmental views and values of tourists in the Cook Islands.

New head, new teachers at Te Uki Ou

Tuesday January 30, 2018

A new school year brought with it a new principal, new outlook and a whole bunch of new teachers for Apii Te Uki Ou in Ngatangiia yesterday morning.

A medical information service collecting health data across the Pacific is on its way to the Cook Islands.

Despite a year-long police campaign, and a story in Monday’s edition of CINews, it seems confusion still reigns when it comes to the issue of annual dog registrations.

Tax amnesty writes off $4.5 million

Thursday January 25, 2018

With more than two months left to go on the government’s recently-extended tax amnesty, the Revenue Management Division so far processed $8 million worth of tax debt from 520 applications.

Telling our stories on the big screen

Wednesday January 24, 2018

A young local filmmaker is keen to see more Cook Islanders telling their own stories on the big screen – and he’s planning a film festival in Rarotonga to help make that happen.

NZ architects seek local inspiration

Wednesday January 24, 2018

A New Zealand architecture firm with a Cook Islands connection is looking to incorporate local knowledge and design into their work on Rarotonga.

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