As of yesterday, contract workers who have resided in the Cook Islands for more than six months will no longer have to fork out for medical bills.
Three tourists have been discharged from hospital after sustaining injuries at the jet-blast area on the inland end of Rarotonga International Airport’s runway.
The Ministry of Health has assured the public that their aim is not to prosecute people when it comes to complying with the island-wide Tutaka programme.
The Cook Islands Breast Cancer Foundation is calling all local designers and would-be designers to craft designs for singlet, t-shirts and pareu commemorating this year’s annual breast cancer appeal in October.
A NEW study has uncovered the importance of self-management techniques as an option for people feeling depressed or suicidal.
Today is the last day to take advantage of free chiropractic services down at the Atukura Grounds and the Titikaveka CICC Sunday School Hall.
A YEAR into the automated external defibrillator (AED) programme, members of the Cook Islands Water Safety and Surf Lifesaving Council are still holding workshops on how to use the machines.