As we head into round 12 of the 2017 Rarotonga Football Season, clubs have asserted themselves in pivotal spots on the points table.
Six nursing students will leave today (Friday) to New Zealand to gain work experience in Auckland clinics for three weeks.
The Apii Avarua tennis court was filled with energy and excitement yesterday as Cook Islands head tennis coach Malcolm Kajer took year one students through their paces.
The project to improve the Punanga Nui market is now in the hands of government ministers as they look into procuring materials that will improve the popular Saturday attraction.
It is almost two weeks since a fire destroyed the Bluesky core site at Aroa and while there have been no updates from the company this week, work on restoration of mobile and internet services appears to be continuing.
This week CINews begins a series of articles on the new National Culture Policy initiated by the Ministry of Cultural Development. The policy addresses five strategic goals and while its effects won’t be noticed until at least next year, it will introduce a number of significant changes. The first strategic goal, covered today, is language.