Te Are Manu veterinary service has recently treated a number of animals that have fallen victim to the poisonous ciguatera toxin after eating fish from the lagoon.

Fire brigade a real success story

Saturday August 11, 2018

Residents of a village have worked together to create an institution that not only helps to safeguard the 2000 Takitumu residents and buildings that surround the station, but also those across Rarotonga during fire emergencies.

Chiefs ponder legislating customs

Saturday August 11, 2018

The House of Ariki has revived talk of legislating customary values to ensure their rights on certain issues are protected under Cook Islands law.

Old machinery still a mystery

Thursday August 09, 2018

A collection of what appears to be parts from an early printing press leaning against a tree in the grounds of Takamoa Theological College has attracted new interest from Cook Islands Christian Church general secretary Nga Mataio.

A specialised calibration aircraft was expected to be back on the job testing Rarotonga International Airport’s new $2 million instrument landing system this week.

Here is another profile on one of the 2018 Miss Cook Islands finalists.

Rarotonga identity Noeline Browne will share her early memories of life in Manu’a, the family home in Taputapuatea at the USP plus meeting at the USP Campus in Takamoa next Wednesday.

Island roads past ‘use by’

Thursday August 09, 2018

Rarotonga’s roads are way past their “use by” date and will continue to deteriorate, especially after heavy downpours, unless they are resealed.

Meet our latest Miss Cook Islands finalist.

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