While the Rarotonga International Airport’s automated carpark entry system has faced a few teething problems since first being installed last July, a fix is on the horizon.

Rarotonga International Airport’s fleet of fire engines has recently been restored to its full contingent of four with the arrival of a fully refurbished truck from New Zealand.

When veteran Catholic priest Father Damian Marinus, celebrated his 89th birthday last Saturday it gave Cook Islands Bishop Paul Donoghue an opportunity to highlight the achievements of a remarkable life.

The three-week plan to rebuild the boat ramp at Avarua harbour is still on track, weather permitting.

Participants in the popular Kia Orana Customer Service (KOCS) course will be celebrating their graduation today at the Cook Islands Tertiary Training Institute (CITTI) campus in Ngatangiia from 3pm.

Breakfast at the market

Friday July 20, 2018

This week I visited a hut which serves up delicious breakfast rolls.

Delivery of quality justice has been one of the major focuses of a “Fundamentals of Judging - Decision Formulation” workshop run by two former judges.

Concept master planning works to identify options for the development of Muri Village area have been completed, Infrastructure Cook Islands has announced.

French navy visiting Rarotonga

Thursday July 19, 2018

In amongst many different vessels of all shapes and sizes coming and going at Avatiu Wharf this week, the French naval vessel Bougainville has called into port for a goodwill visit to the Cook Islands.

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