Losirene Lacanivalu

Losirene Lacanivalu

Health secretary Dr Josephine Herman said the general consensus is that it is a good idea for the ministry to be working alongside traditional medicine practitioners.

International experts on mosquitoes brought in to train Cook Island health protection officers, as dengue outbreak escalates.

US Customs most likely offended by photos of ‘Cook Islands dancing ladies shaking bottoms’, claims 72yo caregiver.

Creative Trail walker James Talbot has reached his final stop, Cape Reinga after days of walking on the 3200 kilometre Te Araroa Trail in New Zealand.

Obesity treatment at zero cost

Tuesday June 11, 2019

Ten Cook Islanders will undergo a newer type of weight-loss procedure called the Endoscopic Sleeve Gastroplasty in Rarotonga, free of charge, next month.

9yo Puna back with her family

Monday June 10, 2019

‘Questionable material’ found on travel companion’s phone, says Foreign Affairs Ministry.

Thirteen schools have been assisted by the Bank of the South Pacific after solar lights were installed last month: nine in Rarotonga and four in Aitutaki.

Once bitten, twice shy surely isn’t a mantra repeat drink-driver Teutoba Ariu lives by.

Little Puna’s homecoming

Saturday June 08, 2019

Aitutaki girl Ngatupuna Raela has been released from US custody and is being flown home to her family, via New Zealand. 

A Cook Islands endurance walker is braving massive storms as he tried to complete the last few days of walking the length of New Zealand.

Page 2 of 16