Katrina Tanirau

Katrina Tanirau

Mamas reef comp for everyone

Wednesday September 23, 2020

Covid-19 has presented more than a few challenges, but at Cook Islands Game Fishing Club, they have been improvising.

Penrhyn’s Omoka School students wrote stories to celebrate the Ministry of Education’s Literacy Week. How many of their stories and poem featured in Saturday’s Cook Islands News? Be a part of today's quiz to find out.

 

It is totally unnecessary for people travelling from Cook Islands to New Zealand to be required to complete and pay for 14-days managed quarantine, Deputy Prime Minister Mark Brown says. 

Where on Rarotonga was a dog shot and killed earlier this week? Be a part of today's quiz to find out.

 

Which challenge are Puaikura volunteer firefighters entering next year? Be a part of today's quiz to find out.

 

Where was Woman of the Month Vainetutai Samuel born? Be a part of today's quiz to find out.

 

‘Be kind – That’s who we are’

Saturday September 19, 2020

You can always expect a big hug from George George when you see him, it’s part of Cook Islands culture and it’s who he is. But a simple hug cost George and his family their freedom for two weeks.  Katrina Tanirau talked to George on his first day out of supervised quarantine.

‘Our GDP drop is far greater’

Saturday September 19, 2020

It won’t be until the end of this year that the level of the country’s economic decline is known, Deputy Prime Minister Mark Brown says. 

Shooting dogs ‘not the answer’

Friday September 18, 2020

Pet dog shooting in Matavera ignites calls from Te Are Manu for people fed up with roaming dogs not to take matters into their own hands.

Which island team is holding a golf Ambrose tournament this Friday to raise funds for their Cook Islands Games campaign? Be a part of today's quiz to find out.

 

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