Covid delivers sweet lesson

Wednesday May 27, 2020

Want some of those delicious sweet, chocolate, coconut-coated, assorted donuts while you are having your coffee at work?

Fears on steeply-banked new road

Wednesday May 27, 2020

Infrastructure boss Diane Charlie-Puna stepped in last night after learning of an elderly nurse’s concerns about the safety of the newly-sealed main road. 

New era of island shipping

Wednesday May 27, 2020

After a tragic past year, Taio Shipping is renewing its commitment to the people of the Pa Enua with a new ship twice the size of its predecessor. 

Pride in the community

Tuesday May 26, 2020

Vaka Pride funds will be put to good use for the community, says Ruaau puna coordinator, Elizabeth Munro.

Gardeners grassed out

Tuesday May 26, 2020

The Ministry of Agriculture is encouraging the public to purchase vetiver plants to help cultivate and stabilize the soil on their properties.

Paul Lynch is the living proof that it’s not just young drunks and hoons whose lives are saved by helmets.

Rarotonga’s newest mobile ice cream trailer cheerfully stands out with its eye-catching artwork and homegrown fruit ice creams.

If there is one good thing to come out of the Covid-19 crisis, it’s the ability to make progress on a number of infrastructure projects around Rarotonga while keeping workers in paid employment. 

Wendy Tuara is calling for dog owners to take responsibility, after her pet cat was mauled to death.

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