Katrina Tanirau

Katrina Tanirau

Crunching diverse datasets

Thursday August 27, 2020

While the team at Inform, led by IT expert Mana Etches is focused on property and development at the moment, they have some big aspirations. 

Safety first in tree talks

Wednesday August 26, 2020

The safety of both road users and Takitumu School children remains the top priority for both Infrastructure Cook Islands and the Matavera community, but will 30 toa trees have to be sacrificed.

The Bank of the South Pacific has recorded a 12.2 per cent drop in profit for the first half of 2020.

Children at Takitimu School sent a strong message to Infrastructure Cook Islands about protecting the 30 toa trees outside their school, ahead of last night’s public meeting.

Cook Islands children have been some of the luckiest in the world in this Covid-19 pandemic, mostly insulated from the damage other children around the world have suffered to their education and wellbeing. But nobody is complacent. 

Prison a place of respect

Saturday August 22, 2020

Minister of Corrective Services George Angene knows what it’s like being locked behind bars away from his family and civilisation.

Several water leaks in the Takitumu and upper Tupapa areas were reported to To Tatou Vai yesterday.

I AM signs are being painted over, but their creator says that won’t stop him spreading words of hope. 

There is debate about making the CookSafe contact tracing system mandatory for organisations, as New Zealand imposes a legal requirement on businesses to offer the safety service.

Locals rally to save the toa trees

Thursday August 20, 2020

A Rarotonga community is uniting ahead of a public meeting about the impact of roadworks on the toa trees at Takitumu School.

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