Movember organisers are calling for the men of the Cook Islands to once again become “Mo’bros” and join in the fight again prostate cancer in the Cook Islands.
The Ministry of Health have defended the cost behind the ambulance service following a CI News story about a tourist who felt ‘stung’ by an $800 ambulance trip.
Breaking the cycle of rural poverty across the world was the theme of World Food Day, marked with plentiful local produce at Punanga Nui market yesterday.
A commercial piggery that has been defying just about every environmental rule and has been operating for months in Turangi valley with the full knowledge of the National Environment Service and Public Health department, was shut down yesterday.
THE COOK Islands could benefit from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement between the 12 Pacific Rim countries, including New Zealand and Australia.
Te Kainga Mental Health Services is inviting all to join them at the Punanga Nui Markets today as they raise awareness for World Mental Health Day.
Earlier this year the Cook Islands Breast Cancer Foundation and the 50th celebrations committee called on local designers and would-be designers to craft designs for t-shirts and singlets commemorating this year’s annual breast cancer appeal.
More smoke-free premises and restrictions on tobacco sales are on the cards for the Cook Islands, with one bar taking its own action to introduce tighter smoking rules.