Losirene Lacanivalu

Losirene Lacanivalu

Environment group Kōrero o te 'Ōrau is calling for the removal of the crown of thorns starfish from reefs around Rarotonga.

One attacker kicked a man on the ground; his friend struck victim with a bottle.

Travel ban: All over by Christmas

Wednesday July 22, 2020

New Zealand’s prime minister has spelled out details of what would be required to reopen the border with Cook Islands – and says it can be done by Christmas.

Arapati Albert Greig, 18, was convicted and ordered to pay a fine of $400 for swearing and resisting police.

True basket of resilience

Saturday July 18, 2020

Pa Enua growers find market in Rarotonga through climate change project aiming to strengthen island food sources and livelihoods.

The government’s Fee Free initiative offers a chance to those who may not have been able to study previously, to upskill and develop in their workplace.

Cook Islands is one of a few island countries in the region to complete the development of their State of Environment Report, says the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme.

A female driver who was under the influence of alcohol and crashed in Matavera has been ordered to pay a fine of $1200.

Raro masks bring smiles

Saturday July 18, 2020

Surgical scrub hats made out of Cook Islands materials have brightened the days of doctors, nurses and patients at the Queen’s Hospital in London during this unprecedented Covid-19 time. 

Teina Mackenzie re-elected as president of local environmental group, Te Ipukarea Society.

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