The Cook Islands is fighting fit should the deadly Ebola virus reach our shores thanks to a three-day workshop at Rarotonga Hospital last week.
More than 30 people have died through committing suicide in the Cook Islands, and yesterday, a special day was held with the aim of ensuring that this number does not rise.
A large number of Aitutaki residents took the opportunity to learn how to use an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) and how to administer CPR.
Te Kainga Mental Health Services on Rarotonga are going the extra mile to ensure that Cook Islanders suffering from stress and mental illness are properly cared for.
A dog attack at Takitumu Primary School has left a mother shaken and a young girl with stitches, sparking police to take a hard line against animal owners.
Infrastructure Cook Islands (ICI) have started work to make up for delays in the Sanitation Upgrade Programme (SUP) which have forced the European Union (EU) to review its financial support.