Conor Leathley

Conor Leathley

WHEN I first saw the poster for the new Liam Neeson film, The Commuter, I didn’t think it was a real movie. (Tagline: His life is on the line.)

From ‘naughty boy’ to leader

Monday January 22, 2018

TEN YEARS ago, very few would have predicted that Te Ipukarea Society project officer Liam Kokaua would one day be picked to attend a Young Pacific Leaders Confer-ence in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Cook Islands middle distance runner Alex Beddoes says his rehabilitation from a serious injury before the 2016 Olympics was responsible for putting him on the path that eventually led to a gold medal in last month’s Pacific Mini Games in Vanuatu.

Epic battle to land marlin

Friday January 19, 2018

It’s been great time for game fishing, with two giant fish caught in Rarotonga waters recently.

The spectacular form of Cook Islander Teddy Stanaway at the Bayleys Nationals Sevens tournament has cemented his place in the All Blacks Sevens squad, which heads to the third leg of the World Sevens Series in Sydney this week.

Passion for culture behind visit

Thursday January 18, 2018

Three brothers who are passionate about their New Zealand and Cook Islands Maori heritage and culture have completed a one month stay in Rarotonga during which they were able to reconnect with a highly regarded member of Rarotonga’s creative community.

Travel company does it again...

Thursday January 18, 2018

The Turama Pacific Travel Group is well known for its generosity in donating money to worthy causes, and last year staff members decided to raise money for the Aitutaki Disability Council.

Development key to netball success

Wednesday January 17, 2018

Netball Cook Islands coach and development officer John Glassie is determined to make sure that the achievements of 2017 are a stepping stone towards greater success.

Cook Islands General Transport has made a timely and very helpful donation to the Health ministry.

Te Ipukarea Society project officer Liam Kokaua departed for Hawaii yesterday to take part in the fifth Young Pacific Leaders Conference in Honolulu.

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