Badminton win excites pupils

Wednesday November 22, 2017

Shuttles were flying high at the inaugural Primary School Badminton Tournament held at the Bluesky Arena last Friday, but not as high the level of excitement among St Josephs School pupils when they were announced the Overall Champions for 2017.

Few MPs at legislation workshop

Wednesday November 22, 2017

MPs are this week attending a workshop facilitated by representatives of the United Nations Development Program to learn how to better scrutinise and review bills that are to be debated in the second and final sitting of parliament for the year, starting on Monday.

Apii Te Uki Ou’s popular school fundraiser has returned for its fourth year – and again, tourists, families and friends living abroad can contribute.

Wedding noise irritates tourist

Wednesday November 22, 2017

A tourist has called on the authorities to monitor the noise level at social events, especially at beach weddings, in Rarotonga late at night.

Busy two weeks for visiting justice

Wednesday November 22, 2017

Cook Islands High Court Justice Christine Grice will preside over numerous criminal and civil court cases in the Avarua High Court this month.

A resident of the Cook Islands for 37 years has decided this Christmas that he wants to make a contribution to members of the Are Pa Metua centre.

Waste audit reaches halfway

Wednesday November 22, 2017

Infrastructure Cook Islands is halfway towards its target goal of 500 homes after launching its annual waste audit last week.

Te Kukupa off on northern survey tour

Wednesday November 22, 2017

The police patrol boat Te Kukupa left Rarotonga yesterday on an 18-day tour to conduct a survey of the northern group islands.

Busy week at the court

Tuesday November 21, 2017

The Court of Appeal will this week hear appeals resulting from civil and criminal cases previously heard before the Cook Islands High Court.

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