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Rarotonga’s newest mobile ice cream trailer cheerfully stands out with its eye-catching artwork and homegrown fruit ice creams.

If there is one good thing to come out of the Covid-19 crisis, it’s the ability to make progress on a number of infrastructure projects around Rarotonga while keeping workers in paid employment. 

Wendy Tuara is calling for dog owners to take responsibility, after her pet cat was mauled to death.

Papa Teina Ataera Snr built his home 60 years ago for his new wife, the late Rangi Wichman. On Thursday afternoon, it burnt to the ground.

Rallying call against helmets

Saturday May 23, 2020

A Rarotonga resident plans a motorbike rally to protest against the new law requiring all motorcyclists to wear helmets.

The family of Rarotonga teacher Grace Archer has set up a fundraising page to help support her recovery.

Krissy Lewis enjoyed the last of the afternoon sunshine at the Edgewater Resort yesterday. This morning, she’s going home.

At 60kg, big tongue-lolling Onion is not typical of the world-famous small, stumpy Raro dog. But very little is typical now as Cook Islands’ long white beaches empty of tourists and their friendly companions.

When one door closes, another opens, says Miss World Oceania Tajiya Sahay.

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