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Students from Titikaveka College returned to Rarotonga last week after a two-week visit to Whangarei in northern New Zealand.

School holidays are seen as a time for students to take a break and enjoy glorious mornings of sleeping in, watching TV, playing video games, and in some cases, attending Te Maeva Nui celebrations.

Mother’s focus turns to te reo

Monday August 07, 2017

Grace Drollèt has a renewed focused on learning her mother tongue.

A number of Cook Islanders are currently living in Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand, learning traditional crafts to keep the skill alive.

Water main repairs

Wednesday August 02, 2017

The WATSAN Cook Islands Water Division said there were faults on the old ring main located in Matavera after Monday night’s torrential downpour.

CI language Celebrated

Wednesday August 02, 2017

Cook Islands Language week is currently being celebrated in New Zealand after a formal opening at the Auckland War Memorial Museum.

Maria Thompson’s “favourite bank” has rewarded her with a brand new iPad Pro.

Children from all over the island swarmed the Youth with a Mission (YWAM) campus this week for the three-day children’s holiday programme.

Children from all across the island participated in the Super Fun Football Festival at the Cook Islands Football Association (CIFA) Complex yesterday.

Danny, a regular visitor to Rarotonga, has taken to the streets to remind us all that “Jesus Loves You”.

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