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Anyone seen Amelie’s bike?

Tuesday June 14, 2016

German visitor Amelie Laute is pleading for help from members of the public after her bicycle was stolen from the Whale and Wildlife centre last Tuesday.

TEACHING people the importance of conserving forests will help protect endangered animals endemic to Cook Islands from the threat of extinction, says Te Ipukarea Society (TIS) project officer Liam Kokaua.

RAROTONGA and Aitutaki are expected to receive visits from 26 cruise ships this year – and Cook Islands Ports Authority harbour master Saungaki Rasmussen is hoping a higher proportion than last year will be able to actually disembark passengers.

A LARGE number of members of the Ngati Karika tribe of the Te-Au-O-Tonga Vaka turned out to witness the blessing of the tribe’s traditional seat (Atamira) at Atupa yesterday.

IT’S TIME for Rarotonga residents to pull out their warm clothing, says Cook Islands Meteorological Service director Arona Ngari.

Up to all to save planet

Friday June 10, 2016

MAKING any conservation initiative effective will require the participation and cooperation of the entire Cook Islands community.

Free spinal checks this month

Friday June 10, 2016

A GROUP of chiropractor students and mentors from the New Zealand College of Chiropractic will arrive here on June 20 to provide free spinal health checks.

HEALTH Ministry secretary Elizabeth Iro has moved to dispel rumours that there is a shortage of qualified pharmacists at the island’s hospital.

Marathon work saves animals

Thursday June 09, 2016

TWENTY-SEVEN animals will now be able to live normal and hopefully happy lives after undergoing successful surgery in the past five days.

Passion and drivemake Taane thrive

Wednesday June 08, 2016

GROWING up in a family full of musicians, Tiki Taane did not really have to look far for inspiration while preparing for a career as an entertainer.

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