Chris Taylor

Chris Taylor

Fruit and vegetable levies that were set to push up the price of some produce this month until November 30 have been dropped.

Following two thefts in the last couple of days, police are reminding visitors to the island to be on guard.

Partnering ministries there to help

Wednesday September 27, 2017

Meet two friendly faces of the Public Service, for business and tax. 

Rain minor boost for water supply

Wednesday September 27, 2017

Water pressures around the island only received a minor boost following a heavy overnight rain early last week.

Just talk to us: Amnesty office

Wednesday September 27, 2017

“Come forward and talk to us.”

Barge finally hits the water

Tuesday September 26, 2017

After several weeks delay, the Ports Authority Aitutaki barge was finally loaded safely onto container ship Imua II on Saturday.

State funeral for Dame Margaret

Tuesday September 26, 2017

Following a final farewell for Dame Margaret Makea Karika at Karika Palace on Thursday morning at 9.00am, there will be a funeral procession for the late traditional leader along the Ara Tapu main road, and down Victoria Road to the National Auditorium for her State funeral.

TAU looks into power outage

Tuesday September 26, 2017

Te Aponga Uira is investigating why a generator failed to maintain power on Sunday morning, creating an island wide blackout across Rarotonga from around 11am, until late in the afternoon in some areas.

A small house being transported through Avarua yesterday morning slid off its trailer and crashed onto the middle of the road, on the south side of the Punanga Nui market.

Mama holds onto her language

Monday September 25, 2017

As part of a study into English as a second language used in the Cook Islands, Jane Kora, 70, painfully recalls how she was punished for speaking Cook Islands Maori at school on her home island of Manihiki in the early 1950’s.

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