The continuing dry spell is causing Rarotonga to run short of water with three of the island’s water intakes running very low.

Humble nun laid to rest

Friday June 26, 2020

St Joseph’s Cathedral was filled yesterday morning for Sister Teresa (Selina) Momoyalewan of St Joseph of Cluny. 

Pauro Arnold and Pupuke Robati had planned to head out on Ikurangiy yesterday and catch yellowfin tuna for hungry locals, enough to pay for their fuel bill, then spend the day chasing wahoo.

Due to record increased water usage on Rarotonga, To Tatou Vai has put out a message urging residents to conserve water.

Ponu close to home

Thursday June 25, 2020

Photographer Charlotte Piho met up with Ponu again this week. Jonathan Milne tells how he was lucky enough to be out in the water with them.

A life of service to God

Wednesday June 24, 2020

Sister Teresa Momoyalewa was the epitome of good morals and great leadership. 

There are concerns illegal activity may be going undetected in Cook Islands waters.

Home away from home

Wednesday June 24, 2020

Some expat workers believe they’re more secured in Rarotonga than in their home country during this Covid-19 crisis.

Parents complained of repeated peeping and lewd behaviour by Theological College student.

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