Students of Tereora College presented a stunning cultural performance at the school’s Princess Anne Hall last Friday.

INTERNATIONAL Surf Lifesaving Association (ISLA) representatives are coming to Rarotonga in October to raise awareness for water safety initiatives on the island.

THE COOK ISLANDS Police Service is stepping up its presence on Rarotonga’s roads and public areas leading up to the Cook Islands Constitution Celebrations (Te Maeva Nui) which start on Friday this week.

ALL SIX cabinet ministers are expected to remain in the country this week to be part of the annual Te Maeva Nui festival.

A FEMALE driver, who is under police investigation, escaped serious injuries after the car she was driving veered off the road in Takuvaine over the weekend.

A PASTOR on the tiny northern island of Rakahanga has denied it was a rule imposed by a church that stopped 20 people from the island travelling on a boat and cargo being unloaded on a Saturday.

Bus rides in new places can be interesting, exciting or even a little bit daunting.

THE 12 WEEK term came to an end yesterday and the school holidays have finally begun.

This story of a Cook Islander’s experience of migrating to another country, was written by Evelyn Marsters.

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