Conor Leathley

Conor Leathley

Arena closure ‘an inconvenience’

Wednesday December 27, 2017

Next year’s six-month closure of the Bluesky Sports Arena for renovations will require sports teams to relocate during their 2018 season.

Comedy remake hits right spot with some

Wednesday December 27, 2017

There was a point in Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle that I was probably in the minority in the audience.

After a successful 2017 for the Cook Islands Football Association, 2018 looms large as what could be a banner year for the sport in this country.

Mobile site almost fully functional

Friday December 22, 2017

By the middle of February next year Bluesky expect their second core site in Aroa to be fully functional, following a devastating fire at the end of October.

Waste audit results revealed

Friday December 22, 2017

The Ministry of Infrastructure conducted a solid waste audit on Rarotonga over two weeks during November, with waste from 502 households collected and inspected.

No-baggage flight angers passengers

Friday December 22, 2017

Saturday morning’s Jetstar flight from Auckland to Rarotonga which arrived with none of the passengers’ luggage on board has had frustrating consequences for a group who travelled to the island for a wedding.

Superb views and authentic island feel

Thursday December 21, 2017

If you are looking for a somewhere that provides an authentic island feel, relaxed vibes and a stunning view, look no further than the Shipwreck Hut in Arorangi.

Exciting times for NRL stars

Wednesday December 20, 2017

Although the NRL season for 2018 is in its quiet period, it seems to be exciting times for a number of the star Kuki players.

Jetstar leaves bags in NZ

Wednesday December 20, 2017

A returning Cook Islander had the first week of his visit to Rarotonga ruined when Jetstar left his and every other passenger’s luggage in New Zealand.

$120,000 Christmas gift for NGOs

Monday December 18, 2017

Seven local non-government organisations (NGOs) received an early Christmas present on Thursday morning, when the government signed over $120,000 through the Social Impact Fund (SIF).

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