Outer Islands

College gears up for music

Tuesday March 14, 2017

Aitutaki’s Araura College has established a performing arts department, with local teachers taking up the roles of music, dance and drama teachers.

Without a safe and supporting environment for those suffering the effects of domestic violence and other problems, the outer islands will be confronted by the emergence of serious social issues that have so far remained hidden, says Punanga Tauturu Inc (PTI) co-ordinator Rebeka Buchanan.

Araura College on Aitutaki has chosen its student leaders for the 2017 school year.

New ATM on Aitutaki first

Thursday March 02, 2017

The ANZ has installed the Cook Islands’ first ever touch-screen ATM at its Aitutaki branch. 

The Ministry of Infrastructure Cook Islands (ICI) planning and design and civil works divisions are preparing to launch a road sealing project on Aitutaki, involving the resealing of 20kms of existing roads and the sealing of 6kms of new roads on the island.

Grant helps island’s water issues

Tuesday February 28, 2017

Aitutaki received a timely support from the Japanese government last week in improving the water supply on the island.

Grant helps island’s water issues

Thursday February 23, 2017

Aitutaki received a timely support from the Japanese government last week in improving the water supply on the island.

Fuel price drop good news for Pa Enua

Wednesday February 15, 2017

Fuel users in the Pa Enua will pay less following the introduction of new margins for the Southern and Northern islands.

Mauke pupils celebrate culture

Thursday February 02, 2017

December rings in Culture Week at Mauke School and it was the talk of the town, with adults also learning new things about the places where their tupuna once lived.

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