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Carving tribute to Daniel

Wednesday November 18, 2015

The Matariki Maori Art exhibition showcases one of the last major works of a talented young carver who sadly passed away before his full potential could be reached.

Yes, it’s that time again!

Wednesday November 18, 2015

The 15 lively individuals at Rotaract Rarotonga are once again dusting off their Christmas antlers and cherry stockings in readiness for yet another magical Christmas event, but this time with a “Grinch” theme.

Party allocates ‘shadow’ portfolios

Wednesday November 18, 2015

The Democratic Party is shaping up by allocating “shadow” ministerial portfolios to a number of its Members of Parliament.

Nicholas kicked out of Demos

Wednesday November 18, 2015

There’s no going back now for Albert Nicholas.

Rain or shine concerned locals are set to march towards their goal of a purse seining free Cook Islands this Saturday.

Just two months left for Esther Honey

Tuesday November 17, 2015

The community has come out swinging against the government move to turf out the Esther Honey Foundation from its current location.

Couple drown in kayaking tragedy

Tuesday November 17, 2015

A German couple’s Rarotongan holiday turned to tragedy after their bodies were found in the Papua passage in Vaimaanga on Sunday afternoon.

New protest at fishing deal planned

Monday November 16, 2015

With another multi-million dollar fishing deal about to be signed with the EU, the people of the Cook Islands are set to wave their placards and banners against purse seine fishing in another protest march against the government.

Prime Minister back on The Rock

Monday November 16, 2015

Prime Minister Henry Puna will be shaking off his sea legs when he arrives back on Rarotonga tomorrow, returning from a voyage around the outer islands.

Two people are missing after a kayaking trip reportedly went wrong in Vaimaanga yesterday afternoon.

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