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Puaikura and the wider Cook Islands community this week mourn the passing of Vereara Maeva-Taripo, a formidable public figure best known for her dedication to tivaevae, Cook Islands culture and music, and the development of a robust civil society.

Land protester says she has ‘nothing against adopted  children’ – and there’s a good reason why. 

Police patrol boat Te Kukupa spends more than 100 days at sea every year – more than any other patrol vessel in the Pacific.

20 dogs put down

Monday September 30, 2019

Police are taking a hard line on dog owners whose pets attack livestock or bite someone.

The Esther Honey Foundation no longer operates in the Cooks but is still seeking donations on Facebook.

Working for free, veterinarians from the United States have desexed more than 234 cats in a bid to counter Aitutaki’s growing cat population.

New tug replaces ageing Toa

Monday September 30, 2019

The grounded fishing boat MV Wairau has been dragged across the lagoon onto the beach at Rutaki.

A meaty job on the cutting edge

Saturday September 28, 2019

History repeats this week for Teremoana Ngu, whose Mangaian father left the Cook Islands to work in a New Zealand freezerworks in the 80s.

New graduate Mike Tavioni says anyone can do anything, as long as they admits to not knowing it all and are humble enough to ask for help. 

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