Drilling to install permanent monitoring wells around Muri as part of the Mei Te Vai Ki Te Vai project will continue through until February next year, as access is confirmed with landowners.
With the busy festive season fast approaching, Cook Islands police are asking locals to take extra care on the roads around Rarotonga.
United States Republican State Representative for South Dakota, Craig Tieszen, who died in a kayaking incident in Rarotonga was laid to rest on Monday.
A quarter of a century of Punanga Nui market vendors selling their tasty homemade goods, produce, and locally-made wares was celebrated on November 24 with the unveiling of commemorative plaques set in stone, by Queens Representative Tom Marsters and New Zealand deputy High Commissioner Samantha Beckett.
Women’s rights, health, and equality, along with violence against women, business opportunities for women and political leadership are just some of the issues to which Dr Takiora Ingram has devoted her personal and professional life.
Albert Nicholas says suggestions that he is part of a new government allegedly proposed by publisher George Pitt are scurrilous and mischievous and an attack on his integrity.
“Timing is everything” said Minister of Finance Mark Brown as he announced a new $500,000 shipping subsidy to the Northern Group in parliament last Thursday afternoon.