Sharna Matapuku

Sharna Matapuku

A person who wrote to CI News complaining of the difficulty of accessing an Environmental Impact Assessment report has been the victim of a member of the public ignoring a “do not remove,” warning, says the National Environment Service (NES).

A person who wrote to CI News complaining of the difficulty of accessing an Environmental Impact Assessment report has been the victim of a member of the public ignoring a “do not remove,” warning, says the National Environment Service (NES).

Have you ever heard the terms “pile weaves,” “damasks” or “weft?”

Though continued searches for missing Aitutaki man Dorn Marsters continues to produce unsuccessful results, his family and friends refuse to lose hope.

A great effort was made by the island of Aitutaki to raise money for the victims of cyclone Winston which hit Fiji in late February this year.

Voyager embarks on fashion journey

Saturday April 02, 2016

A voyager by day and sewer by night.

The “ladies in red” from Takuvaine Tutakimoa Netball club will be running through the village streets this Saturday with the hope of raising funds to help them throughout the season.

Patrol boat aids search

Thursday March 31, 2016

The Cook Islands Police Service patrol boat Te Kukupa set sail for Aitutaki Island yesterday evening to help island police and residents to search for missing local man Dorn Douglas Carl Marsters.

Volleyball action on Aitutaki

Wednesday March 30, 2016

The 2016 Aquila “6 on 6” open men’s and open women’s volleyball competition took place on Easter Monday on Aitutaki.

After just three weeks in a work experience setting, a young Tereora College student with very limited interest in secondary schooling, was positive that becoming a professional automotive engineer was his calling in life, and his ticket into the future.

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