Conor Leathley

Conor Leathley

A delegation led by Cook Islands Prime Minister Henry Puna will be heading off to New Zealand this Sunday to participate in the annual Joint Ministerial Forum in Wellington.

Rugbytots for local children

Tuesday March 27, 2018

Over the next three weeks, a rugby-mad couple will be running a non-contact rugby programme for young children called Rugbytots around the Cook Islands.

Well-earned win for Sea Eagles

Monday March 26, 2018

With three wins on the trot, the Ngatangiia/ Matavera Sea Eagles are establishing themselves as a team to watch as the first round of the domestic rugby league competition comes to a close.

Cook Islander Max Crocombe made his senior international debut in goal for New Zealand in their 1-0 loss to Canada in Spain over the weekend.

The people of Aitutaki are the grateful recipients of the newly-completed Te Kainga Wellbeing Extension Centre building, donated by the people of Japan.

Candidacy row heads for court

Monday March 26, 2018

Members of the Titikaveka Cook Islands Party (TCIP) committee are likely to face court action after they failed to confirm Margaret Matenga as their candidate for this year’s general election.

Road safety council president Brent Fisher hopes that the option of a non-alcoholic beer will help deter people from drinking and driving.

Sea Eagles look for another win

Saturday March 24, 2018

Nukupure Park will host the domestic rugby league’s competition game of the week this afternoon, as the Ngatangiia/Matavera Sea Eagles host the Titikaveka Bulldogs.

New parliament recording equipment

Saturday March 24, 2018

New parliament recording equipment got its first run this Tuesday at a select committee sitting, replacing some gear that was likely 20 years old.

Kukis to face Asian challenger

Friday March 23, 2018

The Cook Islands’ 2019 Rugby World Cup hopes are alive once again, after a World Rugby decision that Tahiti fielded ineligible players in the test match played last year.

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