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THE PROJECT management company that has been supervising stage one of the Te Mato Vai project, has made a generous donation to the Takamoa Theological College, on the eve of the company’s departure from Rarotonga.

NOELINE Browne is finally getting to reap what she has sown over the past few years after becoming the first Cook Islander student to complete the University of the South Pacific’s Bachelor of Laws degree on-line courses, undertaken fully at the Cook Islands campus.

Chiropractic students kept busy

Thursday June 23, 2016

RAROTONGA’S cool and drizzly weather has failed to deter members of the public from taking advantage of an offer of free chiropractic treatment.

RESTORATION work at the Brychyard Cemetery at Panama began on Monday.

TAKITUMU students Jesame Urirau and Katee Wearing held their heads high yesterday after they won this year’s anti-bullying essay and colouring competition.

With the four-month breeding season of humpback whales now less than a fortnight away, Cook Islanders are reminded to avoid interfering with the marine mammal in any way.

TIARE Taporo is ready to sail to the northern islands again after undergoing maintenance at the port of Avatiu.

Mountain landscapes in art show

Thursday June 16, 2016

AN ART exhibition highlighting the features of Rarotonga’s beautiful landscape will open next Friday.

First whale arrives off island

Thursday June 16, 2016

One HUMPBACK whale sighting has been reported this week, leading to speculation that the whale season could begin in earnest soon.

Programme focuses on united effort

Wednesday June 15, 2016

ABOUT 10 participants from various walks of life are taking the opportunity to expand their knowledge on environment conservation at the National Environment Services Participatory Three Dimensional Modelling (P3DM) workshop programme which started at the Aroa Nui Hall in Arorangi on Monday.

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