Richard Moore

Richard Moore

During a stormy night on Sunday the Lady Moana copped a pounding from not only the weather – but a barge that broke free from its moorings.

A lack of funding by the government means the Ministry of Justice is struggling to provide quality services to Cook Islanders.

Historic movies at the museum

Friday June 09, 2017

Each Wednesday this month the National Museum will host one of a series of documentary movies examining the impact of social, economic and political change to Cook Islands’ way of life from the 1950s to the 1980s.

The world has taken a step backwards with the US turning its back on the Paris climate change agreement, says prime minister Henry Puna.

New Zealand PM to visit

Friday June 09, 2017

New Zealand prime minister Bill English will visit Rarotonga next week on his first official visit to the country.

Man charged after police HQ fire

Thursday June 08, 2017

A young man will reappear in the Cook Islands High Court at the end of the month facing a charge of wilfully setting fire to Police Headquarters in Avarua.

Movies at the Museum start today

Wednesday June 07, 2017

Each Wednesday this month the National Museum will be hosting one of a series of documentary movies examining the impact of social, economic and political change to Cook Islands way of life from the 1950s to the 1980s.

Arrest over hidden knife

Wednesday June 07, 2017

A man was arrested outside a town nightclub over the long weekend after being caught with a hidden knife.

Future maintenance work on the Nikao Cemetery looks assured with the police and New Zealand High Commission combining resources for the project.

SPCA to survey 600 homes

Thursday June 01, 2017

The SPCA on Rarotonga is about to begin a survey of 600 households on the island to discover what Cook Islanders think about their dogs.

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