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Cruise ships ‘safe’

Tuesday February 25, 2020

The national tourism body has assured public that “due diligence is carried out” when cruise ship passengers enter the country.

A 61-year-old road cleaner Ngatokorua Tariu has been convicted and fined $300 for an excess breath alcohol charge.

‘Never trust a skinny chef’

Saturday February 22, 2020

Lickity splitz, get a move on! You can now get your best ice cream sundaes with homemade sauces in Arorangi.

A young environmentalist and entrepreneur is keeping Cook Islands food fresh on oversea TV. 

A drunk British tourist smashed his way into a Muri store to get out of the rain.

‘No professional misconduct’

Saturday February 22, 2020

Ousted football executive Tai Nicholas has escaped being struck off as a lawyer – because he did not have a practicing certificate when he made and received allegedly improper payments.

Vet clinic’s fur-vent plea

Saturday February 22, 2020

Te Are Manu veterinary clinic is calling for support for a fulltime vet on Rarotonga.

The Alcoholics Anonymous group is getting increased participation, amid fears about the impact of alcohol on young and old. 

Ngatokotoru Nicholas was unhappy at being stopped by police and having his bike seized after he refused a breathalyser test – so he allegedly took the law into his own hands.

Cook Islands-flagged ship safe

Thursday February 20, 2020

The Cook Islands registered Turkish cargo ship and its crew are safe after a military attack on the port it has berthed in Tripoli, Libya.

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