With the recent heavy rain, the Ministry of Health has made an effort to increase surveillance activities on mosquito breeding places around the island.
A Good Samaritan from Hawaii has secured about 840 pairs of reading glasses which will be given to people in need for free this Friday.
About 60 people attended a suicide prevention workshop based on the “Flo Talanoa” module, which is centered on regular interaction between the communities, at Sinai Hall on Tuesday.
Ministry of Health has witnessed a decline in the water-borne illnesses despite the recent heavy downpours which have increased the risk of water contamination on Rarotonga.
The Women’s Counselling Centre in Rarotonga has put its foot down and will review orders from the Cook Islands High Court in regards to domestic violence matters.