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STUDENTS of St Joseph School were yesterday reminded on the importance of reading books and literature, and their contribution to a knowledge-based society.

AT the age 78, Ingrid Caffery can say she has accomplished just about everything she set out to do and can sit back and say that she has done her part.

The Ministry of Finance and Economic Management’s Terry Piri has confirmed that the old Cook Islands coins are not to be used for trading purposes from today onwards.

Saturday is contest deadline

Tuesday May 10, 2016

THE Cook Islands Road Safety Council colouring competition will now close to this Saturday, says CI Road Safety Council vice-president Peka Fisher.

IN an effort to increase interest in reading books and the country’s literacy level, the Ministry of Education will begin a week-long “Books in Homes Project” in five schools on Monday.

The Cook Islands Road Safety Council is putting more emphasis on educating the younger generation on road safety.

NINETY per cent of Cook Island babies have received immunisation and vaccination against various diseases.

Revenue Management Division and opposition MP Selina Napa will hold a tax seminar at the CICC church in Titikaveka today.

ABOUT 15 students’ leaders of Tereora College had the chance to meet and talk to Cook Islands  Prime Minister Henry Puna during his brief visit to the school yesterday.

Te Kainga reaches out

Thursday May 05, 2016

TE Kainga’s Mental Health Trust Psychosocial Rehabilitation Programme on Mangaia drew about 20 sufferers, guardians and carers for mentally challenged adults and children.

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