Fire concert fundraiser

Monday January 13, 2020

Local artists will perform at a family concert this week, to support the victims of the bushfires that have raged across Australia this summer.

A bank ATM customer alleged to have stolen an elderly man’s money has been warned to return the cash – or face a police inquiry.

Cook Islands SPCA manager Deb Ramage says they will assist dog owners to find homes for puppies if they aren’t in a position to take care of them.

New Zealand agency took two months to deliver report identifying safety deficiencies in Taio ships – and meanwhile, a little boy was lost overboard.

A local IT consultant is looking forward to a faster and efficient internet when the Manatua cable goes live in the coming months.

Cable comes with vow to cut data costs

Wednesday January 08, 2020

Local internet providers are promising cheaper data plans once the submarine cable goes live.

Security officers were called in to “keep peace” amid fears landowners would take over the Youth with a Mission property, in a dispute over unpaid rents.

Friends remember gentle and talented young rugby league player at memorial service, after he lost battle with depression.

Repairs to tugboat Toa get underway

Tuesday January 07, 2020

Engineers are working to fix the engine of the Toa, which overheated and broke down trying to rescue a fishing boat on the reef.

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