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Keeping peace in Puaikura

Monday July 18, 2016

PARE Rongokea and his colleague Nii Pokipoki have not regretted their decision to take up volunteering stints with the Vaka Puaikura Police.

Chance to ‘swap a life’

Friday July 15, 2016

BRITISH Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) Creative Label Casting assistant producer Oscar Davis says the BBC been receiving “a good number” of applications from Cook Islanders wishing to take part in their Life Swap Adventure television show.

APII TE Uki Ou gala day is expected to be bigger and better this year thanks to the staff, students and management of the school for their hard work and non-stop preparations.

A SHORTAGE of building materials is causing delays in the rebuilding of the Ministry of Justice building front steps, says Cook Islands Investment Corporation (CIIC) properties manager Vasie Poila.

Screening in demand

Thursday July 14, 2016

LARGE numbers of women turned up at Rarotonga Hospital yesterday to make use of the free mammography breast-screening programme conducted by four Australian experts alongside a local team.

EMERGENCY Management Cook Islands (EMCI) director Charles Carlson said the decision to abandon the system of using schools as shelters follows the discovery that it causes too much disruption to school students.

GOVERNMENT agencies, non-government organisations and stakeholders gathered at the Cook Islands Police headquarters training room yesterday to discuss the Pacific Catastrophe Risk Assessment and Financing Initiative (PCRAFI) risk resilience programme.

Water problems loom for some

Wednesday July 13, 2016

INFRASTRUCTURE Cook Islands Water Works manager Wilson Rani says some elevated areas on the island will experience low water pressure in coming weeks and some properties may receive no water at all.

Quiz night fundraiser

Monday July 11, 2016

The SOCIETY for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) Cook Islands will host a quiz night at the RSA on July 21 to help fund the institution’s desexing programme.

HAVING the opportunity to lead and having the ability to order someone around does not necessarily make anyone a leader.

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