Cyclone risk lower: NIWA

Wednesday October 11, 2017

After a cyclone-free season in 2016, the Cook Islands could be spared again during this year’s cyclone season, which starts next month.

A local woman who injured her ankle while trekking to the Needle on Te Rua Manga was rescued by a team of police officers and volunteers on Saturday evening.

Celebrating a half-century together

Tuesday October 10, 2017

Bryn and Teremoana Donavan returned to Rarotonga late last month to celebrate a major milestone: 50 years of marriage.

Boys’ Brigade out to serve

Tuesday October 10, 2017

A memorandum of understanding was signed between the Cook Islands Boys’ Brigade and the Cook Islands Police on Friday last week to promote effective policing in the country.

Without that, these kids go through life with an attitude that “nobody loves me” and “nobody cares”. It’s dangerous and it’s not healthy.

Ship proves it can leave port

Tuesday October 10, 2017

The race to prove that the Pacific Schooners Ltd vessel Tiare Taporo is capable of sailing out of Avatiu harbour under its own power ended yesterday when the vessel made a successful foray out into the ocean before returning to its berth.

Ministers around the world

Monday October 09, 2017

Half of the government’s Cabinet ministers are out of the country this week.

Surveyor gives back to his country

Monday October 09, 2017

When a work opportunity in Rarotonga came up, Cook Islander Ken Davis didn’t have to think twice about applying for the position that would bring him back to his mother’s homeland.

Artists Andy Leleisiúao and Benjamin Work prefer that their paintings speak for itself.

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