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Still looking vibrant, sisters Mareta Queenie Pirangi (99 years) and Teuira-o-te-Rangi Pirake-Taikakara (90 years) both born on April 22nd, celebrated their birthdays on Easter Monday at Te Aroa Nui Hall in Arorangi.

40 days left for Talbot

Friday May 03, 2019

James Talbot has 40 days left to complete his walk on the 3200 kilometre Te Araroa Trail in New Zealand.

Vaine Arai Areora received the Members of the New Zealand Order of Merit (MNZM) for services to the Cook Islands community and sport.

For the first time McConnell Dowell are sponsors of the Te Mire ‘Ura cultural dance show that begins tonight at the National Auditorium.

James Talbot has passed the 1500 kilometre mark of the Te Araroa Trail as he reached Hauhungaroa Route campsite on Tuesday.

Clark raises important issues

Thursday May 02, 2019

Former New Zealand prime minister Helen Clark, met with the National Council of Women (NCW) on Saturday during her whirlwind visit to the Cook Islands last week.

Ministry of Agriculture staff members who are currently taking part in a two-day training have been advised to use the knowledge they gain from the training in their daily work.

The residents of Manihiki and Rakahanga were recently consulted on how the Punanga Nui Market can help them sell their craft, produce and fish in Rarotonga.

On Day 92, Creative Trail walker James Talbots made his way from Tongariro forest to Taumaranui.

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