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Health

A total of 18 positive cases of the mosquito-borne disease chikungunya have been confirmed in the Cook Islands.

Relax and rejuvenate with Yogi Maya

Saturday February 28, 2015

On Monday Maya Carroll, or Yogi Maya as she is known, (pictured) and the team at Muri Beach Club Hotel will kick off another yoga retreat in paradise. 

The Cook Islands Red Cross aims to save lives with their first annual first aid courses which were rolled out around the island this week. 

Mosquito disease loses its sting

Friday November 13, 2015

It’s 48 weeks since Chikungunya hit Rarotonga and to a lesser extent, other islands around the country, and since week 39, no new cases have been reported.

Young farmers lead way on Mangaia

Tuesday February 07, 2017

On Mangaia, five young leaders are being trained in organic farming practices so they can supply local markets, as well as export crops to Rarotonga.

New nurses to graduate this month

Friday February 10, 2017

Seven nurses will officially receive their Diploma Certificates in Nursing at the Cook Islands Tertiary Training Institute (CITTI) graduation ceremony at the National Auditorium on February 24.

The 12th Pacific Health Ministers meeting on Rarotonga this week proved productive, says chairman and Cook Islands Health minister Nandi Glassie.

Zika update for leaders

Wednesday February 24, 2016

Cook Islands Community Health Service met with community and traditional leaders including Members of Parliaments yesterday at Sinai Hall to give them an update on Operation Namu.

Cook Islands still Zika free

Thursday February 11, 2016

While the Zika virus continues to spread in neighbouring countries, the Cook Islands remains a safe haven with the mosquito-borne virus yet to enter the country.

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