Rashneel Kumar

Rashneel Kumar

Current weather conditions are promoting the growth of seaweed (algae) which appears to be in bloom again in Muri lagoon.

Weightlifter Luisa Peters and sports administrator Potini Regina Potini have been selected to attend the 58th Young Participants Session at the International Olympic Academy (IOA) in Ancient Olympia, Greece in June.

Panthers level up with the Eels

Monday March 12, 2018

Tupapa Panthers mounted a massive comeback in the second half to level the score against Avatiu Nikao Eels in the top of the table clash over the weekend.

Andy Leleisi’uao’s “Mangere Aroha” received an overwhelming response in the opening exhibition at the Bergman Gallery on Thursday night.

Ministers remain on Rarotonga

Monday March 12, 2018

Prime minister Henry Puna and his Cabinet ministers will remain on the island next week.

After welcoming a record number of visitors to the Cook Islands last year, the tourism industry noted a decline in the visitor arrivals for the opening month of the year.

A tit-for-tat battle is expected in the season opening golf tournament – the Steinlager Open, at the Rarotonga Golf Club course in Nikao today.

Eels wary of the Panthers

Saturday March 10, 2018

A crunch battle is looming between the top two teams in the domestic rugby league competition.

Cyclone no danger to us

Monday March 12, 2018

Apart from some storm surges (high waves) towards the middle of next week, the Cook Islands will not face any danger from Tropical Cyclone Hola.

Call for competition rules

Monday March 12, 2018

The planned multi-million dollar fibre optic undersea cable will not guarantee lower prices for Cook Islands consumers, say members of the Opposition.

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