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TOA Gas has resumed normal supply of the fully filled liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) cylinder following a supply shortage last week.

Kayla Whitcher travelled all the way from Atiu to participate in this year’s WW1 speech competition.

Fewer burglaries this year

Tuesday June 07, 2016

THE NUMBER of reported burglaries recorded on Rarotonga has decreased by three per cent over last year.

HARD work, dedication and surrounding yourself with good people, are some of the components that make a successful businessman.

AN ART exhibition that focuses on Rarotonga’s landscape will take place next month.

Kiwi visitors roll out the gold

Thursday June 02, 2016

THE Prime Foods and Business Trade Investment Board (BTIB) night market this Friday is expected to be bigger and better than ever.

Focus on Cook Islands at NZ museum

Wednesday June 01, 2016

THE Auckland War Memorial Museum in New Zealand has chosen the Cook Islands as the first Pacific Island nation to be the focus of their Pacific Collections Access Project.

CLIENTS at the Creative Centre in Tupapa received a boost on Thursday last week when two good Samaritans donated a brand new washing machine, washing powders and Watties products to the centre.

Road repairs on hold

Monday May 30, 2016

INFRASTRUCTURE Cook Island (ICI) planning civil engineer Paul Maoate has confirmed that work to widen the road through Muri will not be carried out “unless and until” community members are consulted and relevant consents granted.

FOR THE first time the people of Mitiaro now have access to mental health services thanks to Te Kainga Mental Health volunteers and management for establishing the community’s new mental health centre.

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