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Cook Islands men roared out of Avarua yesterday in the country’s first White Ribbon Big Bike Rally, speaking out to prevent violence against women.

Development cooperation from Aussies

Thursday November 21, 2019

Prime Minister Scott Morrison holds out hope of continued development aid in Canberra meeting.

A Land Court decision has implications for tourism operators.

The Nikao Fishers and Growers Association are pleased to have received outdoor gardening equipment for their community cleaning project.

Water supply cuts anger families

Wednesday November 20, 2019

To Tatou Vai authority warns upset residents of new supply cuts.

It looks like a shell, but the project managers are confident they will have a roof and furnishings ready for lawmakers to take their seats next month. 

Supporters say a life could have been saved this weekend, if Police restored warrants to voluntary constables to resume their checkpoints.

Local company Landholdings Limited has started construction work to improve the resilience of the public water supply ring main.

The Palace at Taputapuatea will undergo much needed repair and restoration work in the near future.

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