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Movie documents tragedy of plastic

Friday December 29, 2017

This weekly column is supplied by Te Ipukarea Society. It deals with conservation and environmental matters of interest to the Cook Islands.

CITTI revives hairdressing course

Friday December 29, 2017

The Cook Islands Tertiary Training Institute (CITTI) is reviving its popular hairdressing course in February next year.

Fact-finding tour a success

Friday December 29, 2017

A successful 18-day visit to the northern islands on the police patrol boat Te Kukupa means the Emergency Management Cook Islands team will be much better equipped in future to deal with natural disasters in the outer islands.

Apii Te Uki Ou has exceeded this year’s fundraising target thanks to many contributions from around the world.

An extra ‘goodie’ Christmas

Wednesday December 27, 2017

Members of the Creative Centre were thrilled to receive a large Christmas bag of goodies from the CITC Building Centre staff on Friday this week.

Police get tough on safety helmet rules

Wednesday December 27, 2017

Police are now confiscating motorbikes from owners who breach the helmet law.

Island churches celebrate birth of Jesus

Wednesday December 20, 2017

Christmas is celebrated by millions of people around the world and is observed most commonly on December 25, which this year falls on a Monday.

Saint Joseph Primary School held their annual parent’s night and prizegiving to recognise the achievements of Grade 6 students who have shown pleasing results this year.

Parade brings Christmas to town

Monday December 18, 2017

Rarotonga residents flocked to Avarua township on Thursday afternoon to watch the annual Santa Parade.

Rain no issue for Market Christmas

Monday December 18, 2017

Despite the rain, the annual Christmas in the Market on Wednesday was a success, says the Rotaract Rarotonga president Harriet Tuara-Strickland.

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