Anneka Brown

Anneka Brown

Leaders and landowners from six parts of Rarotonga have filed a court application to stop the proposed trial of poly-aluminium chloride to clean the water supply, and the use of chlorine to “shock dose” new pipes.

MPs ask for help to understand issues of criminalisation of same-sex relations.

Mermaids claim netball title

Wednesday December 04, 2019

Only the fittest teams survived after a gruelling five day battle in the Netball in Paradise 2019 at Arorangi courts.

Keeping reading culture alive

Wednesday December 04, 2019

Cook Islands Library and Museum’s manager Jean Mason has worked all year to source books for the outer islands. In an interview with Anneka Brown, Mason reflects on why she’s spent 12 years doing her best to keep the library alive.

Turn-on is a turn-off

Tuesday December 03, 2019

Furious Matavera resident Renall Vogel joined anti-chemical group Te Vai Ora Maori yesterday to protest government turning on the taps of the new filtered water intakes.

From the storms into summer

Saturday November 30, 2019

There’s a story behind the name of a newly-launched business, Stormy Summer Oils. 

Sabine Janneck and Sasha Schmitt arrived on Rarotonga in 2006 and set up The Dive Centre opposite The Rarotongan.

Govt turns on filtered water to homes

Saturday November 30, 2019

Te Mato Vai plans to switch on the first of its new water intakes on Monday. 

Winning the 2018 Air New Zealand Tourism Awards raised the profile of Explore.com and Jasons Travel Media to a global scale, says director Brett Baudinet.

Want not, waste not

Thursday November 28, 2019

Compliments in town for bag made from plastic waste. Anneka Brown reports from Sabine Janneck’s exhibition at the Bergman Pearl Market gallery.

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