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‘I am not an extremist’

Monday July 27, 2020

A small group of protesters marched down the main street of Avarua this weekend, objecting to the impact of the To Tatou Vai water project on land rights.

A horse, of course

Saturday July 25, 2020

Kanela, Bella and Beauty are the last surviving horses on the island.

Fifty-three teams of rainbows, unicorns, fairies and other colourful characters hit the course at Rarotonga Golf Club yesterday to show their support for Pride Cook Islands.

Churches split on seabed mining

Saturday July 25, 2020

Differing views among main churches on harvesting undersea minerals. 

Trust is a big deal for young

Saturday July 25, 2020

Red Cross trains teens to realise their potential.

Government has gone on the attack against landowners objecting to the impact of the To Tatou Vai water project on land rights.

The new Rarotonga water authority will operate on non-for-profit basis despite charging public for its service.

Final journey home

Monday July 20, 2020

Rarotonga will come to a standstill this morning to pay its final respects to fallen paramount chief, Makea Vakatini Joseph Tepo Ariki.

New Zealand commissioned the carved gateway and memorial stone at the RSA cemetery to recognise the sacrifice 500 Cook Islanders made in World War 1, the largest Pacific contribution to the Great War.

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