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Maori Week ends on a high note

Friday April 15, 2016

APII  Avarua ended their Maori week in style yesterday with children dressed in their Pareu wear according to their Vaka Colours.

Big day today for Apii Avarua

Thursday April 14, 2016

APII Avarua has been busy gearing up for the school’s Maori Week celebrations scheduled to take place today.

Free eye surgery starts on Monday

Wednesday April 13, 2016

Good news for Cook Islanders with eye problems - a team of eye specialists from New Zealand will begin free surgery on the island on Monday.

Deep sea mining has viable future

Wednesday April 13, 2016

THE Cook Islands could have a viable, beneficial deep sea mineral (DSM) industry sometime in the future.

MORE than 30 male senior citizens aged over 60 will be hosted to a morning tea at the Punanga Nui Market this morning.

MORE than 200 people are expected to attend Apii Avarua School’s Maori Week celebration day, which is scheduled to take place this Friday.

HUNDREDS of Rarotonga residents gathered at the National Auditorium in Tupapa to attend the National Thanksgiving Prayer Service on Sunday.

THE Ministry of Health is urging the public to be mindful of their dietary intake, as eating the wrong kinds of foods is one of the contributing factors that can lead to diabetes.

While it is illegal to sell expired items at retail outlets in the Cook Islands, it’s important to note the difference between “expired” and “best before,” says Internal Affairs Secretary Bredina Drollet.

U19 thriller ends in draw

Saturday April 09, 2016

In a tit-for-tat battle, Titikaveka Bulldogs and Arorangi Bears played to a 26-all draw in the feature under-19 rugby league clash at Raemaru Park on Thursday.

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