Chris Taylor

Chris Taylor

Under a full moon rising for the Chinese Luna calendar celebration, lanterns were beautifully lit up around the University of the South Pacific (USP) campus on Wednesday evening.

Water shortage gets critical

Friday October 06, 2017

Rapidly dwindling water supplies on Rarotonga have prompted Level Three drought warning.

Water station year old

Thursday October 05, 2017

For the past year, the Tapere Avatiu community centre’s drinking water station has been quenching the thirst of many local residents, as well as many dozens of tourists who fill their drinking bottles on their way to conquering the Needle.

Tiare Taporo faces date with fate

Thursday October 05, 2017

Deadline day is fast approaching for the Tiare Taporo.

Commissioner Maara Tetava is representing the Cook Islands Police Service at the Royal

Hours in the gym richly rewarded

Tuesday October 03, 2017

The hours spent in the gym for Miss Cook Islands, Alanna Smith, go hand-in-hand with her fundraising efforts.

A genuine community champion, would be an accurate description of Henry Napa.

Maritime Day makes a big splash

Monday October 02, 2017

Around 500 excited students from around the island descended on Avatiu wharf yesterday morning for a fun-filled World Maritime Day celebration.

A seven metre, 150 horsepower-engined boat named “Yewola”, meaning “unbeatable”, will soon be hauling in fish around the coast off Rarotonga, thanks to a generous donation via the Japanese Grassroots Human Security Project.

An increase in the number of visitors to Rarotonga and Aitutaki is resulting in them leaving behind a much bigger “foot-print” than ever before - in the form of raw sewage.

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