Nation honours Papa Joe

Saturday September 12, 2020

Hundreds attended the State Memorial Service to pay their respects to the late Dr Joseph Williams held at the national auditorium domes yesterday.

Pig owner has had enough of her animals disappearing and dying. 

Weather watchers learn first aid

Friday September 11, 2020

With the number of accidents that have happened near the Meteorological Service office over the years, the weather team decided to undergo some first aid training.

State memorial service for Papa Joe

Friday September 11, 2020

Richard Williams, son of the late Dr Joe Williams, will join today’s national state memorial service for the former prime minister via Zoom to pay his tribute.

During the time George (Maggie) Angene was in prison, he would meditate - not in the way other people do with techniques like yoga and tai chi, but with a Bible.

Working together to prevent suicide

Thursday September 10, 2020

Suicide rates among males in Rarotonga per capita were twice that of New Zealand and three times more than Australia, says a local mental health group.

To Tatou Vai staff were busy cleaning the filtering system at a water station on the Matavera backroad yesterday.

Transgender bid at national games

Thursday September 10, 2020

Decision to allow two transgender athletes to compete in women’s events at the Cook Islands Games rests on Pa Enua teams. 

Tribe raises concerns over water bill

Wednesday September 09, 2020

Ngati Kainuku presented their submissions to the To Tatou Vai Authority Bill select committee at Parliament yesterday afternoon.

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