Wheeler dealers on loose

Saturday May 16, 2020

Secondhand motorbike buyers are being warned of fraudsters on the loose in Rarotonga.

Hopes for government support to pay fees to upskill workers.

Clubs have been given the green light to open their doors and begin serving alcohol again today – but only until 6pm.

Cook Islanders left off the repatriation list are distraught at being left stranded in New Zealand.

Another 100 Cook Islanders will be up early in Auckland today, to board a long-awaited flight home. 

Village water stations will be upgraded, buildings improved and puna teams decked out in security gear.

There’s uproarious laughter when Kia Orana Ambassadors Aunty Nane Papa and Aunty Lydia Nga sit down with Katrina Tanirau to talk about themselves, Cook Islands Tourism’s new Mana Tiaki campaign, and getting stuff for free.

Big projects to refurbish government buildings are being brought forward, to create jobs for builders and labourers. 

The United States Embassy in New Zealand has announced its funding on small grants programme for science, technology, engineering and math support in Cook Islands.

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