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Weather outlook drier

Monday July 11, 2016

RAROTONGA and the rest of the nation should expect below average rainfall from this month until September.

Female students lead the way

Friday July 08, 2016

A SURVEY conducted by Pacific Islands Forum in 13 Pacific Island countries primary schools including the Cook Islands has revealed girls have higher levels of proficiency in literacy and numeracy than boys.

iPhone winner left speechless

Tuesday July 05, 2016

MARTIN Stetka could not contain his excitement yesterday after he heard he had won a brand-new IPhone 6S in a Bluesky Cook Islands promotion.

The RAROTONGA Fire Service was called to three blazes over the weekend, prompting chief fire officer Willy Hagai to warn members of the public to take special care when lighting fires.

POLYNESIAN leaders gathered at Pape’ete, Tahiti last week to discuss more about the outcome of the important COP 21 climate change meeting that took place at Elysée Palace, Paris, in France last November.

Education plan welcomed

Monday July 04, 2016

ENVIRONMENTALIST Ruth Horton has welcomed Te Ipukarea Society’s waste education project, saying the plan has good intentions and much-needed foresight.

A TOTAL of 2200 people have benefited so far from the free chiropractic service provided by third year students of New Zealand College Chiropractic Programme.

Taxi owner to look at issues

Thursday June 30, 2016

Rarotonga’s H-K Taxi owner Teuira Ka has assured visitors to the island that he will look into issues concerning taxi fares and general condition of some taxis.

Tribe gears up for Ariki Day

Wednesday June 29, 2016

MEMBERS of the Ngati-Karika tribe of the Te-au-Tonga Vaka gathered at Karika yesterday to witness the blessing of their Atamira (tribe’s traditional seat.)

A SERVICE club that works towards helping the less fortunate and help to bring peace to the community has stepped in to assist less fortunate kids.

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