Losirene Lacanivalu

Losirene Lacanivalu

The 5-star Aitutaki Nui resort has got rid of chlorine and installed an expensive anolyte water disinfection system to give its guests safe and drinkable tap water.

Dear editor,

I wish to write and thank the Cook Islands Tourism Marketing Corporation for intervening on our behalf, when I received a deeply shocking and unprofessional email from the owner of private rental accommodation following our stay in Matavera.

Pooling resources: Mai'i Central

Saturday August 10, 2019

One evening Paavo Mustonen and wife Tara Kauvai-Mustonen sat at home, watching tourists walking, biking or driving to the Muri Night Market to get something to drink or eat, and to enjoy a night out with family.

Checking how our fish are caught

Saturday August 10, 2019

About 550 metric tonnes of fish, mostly albacore tuna, will be transferred from nine longline fishing vessels to a carrier vessel anchored at Pukapuka this weekend.

Two men charged with possessing cannabis for drug-dealing will be allowed out on bail – but not for another week.

Mart Arsonist David Tonorio has been sentenced to eight years and six months in prison.

Creative Trail $28,000 walk

Friday August 09, 2019

The Creative Trail Feb 2019 Givealittle page has officially closed and hiker James Talbot and his team have raised nearly $28,000.

Semisi Loki was yesterday convicted and sentenced to community service and a $1000 fine for possession of a drug utensil.

Police work on arson case praised

Thursday August 08, 2019

Police Commissioner Maara Tetava has praised his investigation team in tackling the three arson fires of 2018.

Secretary for Health Dr Josephine Herman has called for a strengthened regional approach to combat what is known in the Pacific as the “cancer burden”.

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