A true statesman

Wednesday September 30, 2020

Police Commissioner Maara Tetava said it was only right that outgoing Prime Minister Henry Puna was given a farewell fit for the statesman he is by the Cook Islands Police Service.

Whopper patuki wins reef fishing comp

Tuesday September 29, 2020

Dressed up in their favourite ladies attire, a record number of anglers took part in the Mamas Reef Fishing competition.

A Business Trade and Investment Board staff member has been suspended in a matter that has brought on the involvement of the Cook Islands Audit Office. 

The first dosing of poly aluminium chloride (PACI) to the settling tank took place at the Ngatoe water intake yesterday.

If government is adamant that householders will be charged for water, then landowners should be entitled to the annual royalties, says the Koutu Nui.

Happy to be home

Saturday September 26, 2020

Another round of returnees has made their way back home to Rarotonga.

With depleting cash reserves and increased borrowing, Cook Islands businesses are realising there is only so much they can do to keep staff productive.

A fundraising effort is underway to help Moeroa Harmon get back on her feet. 

Speaking with your hands

Friday September 25, 2020

John Paul Lindsay was two-years-old when his mother Iriti Maoate noticed something was not right while they were at a float parade in town.

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