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TE IPUKAREA Society launched its new Mana Tiaki programme at the Islander Hotel last Friday.

Helmet law on the way

Monday July 11, 2016

POLICE Commissioner Maara Tetava says the Cook Islands Police Service is waiting for the Transport Amendment Bill to get the Queen’s Representative’s official stamp before beginning a campaign toA educate motorcycles about the new helmet laws.

Teams ready for smashing game

Monday July 11, 2016

The table-topping Avatiu Nikao Eels feature against the Tupapa Panthers in the round three Bond Store Match of the Week today

GORGEOUS conditions kicked off the Rising Stars Netball Championship for U17 & U21 players last Saturday. 

WHAT’S hot on the rocks?

Blue skies for rugby union

Friday July 08, 2016

THE Cook Islands Rugby Union (CIRU) received a timely boost of $26, 000 from its major sponsor Bluesky at Rutaki School yesterday.

Ten ATAMIRA or traditional chiefly seats were blessed and presented to the Ui Ariki at the National Auditorium Centre on Wednesday.

One MAY have noticed the frequent visits of different sailors in yachts coming in to berth at the Avatiu Wharf.

Pension wait time slashed

Thursday July 07, 2016

EXPECT big changes to pension rules for Cook Islanders living overseas when the new Welfare Amendment Act comes into force.

AUSTRALIA’S Arorangi Puaikura New South Wales community has donated more than $10,400 worth of educational equipment to Apii Arorangi and Rutaki primary schools.

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