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Outer 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.

AFTER being ranked one of the top holiday destinations in the world, Aitutaki continues to gain recognition for its pristine beauty from international tourism agencies and media.

Penrhyn residents want to know why Pacific Schooners Ltd has failed to deliver building supplies, food and other goods to the island.

Mangaia joins doctor-less islands

Monday January 23, 2017

The MINISTRY of Health’s doctor on Mangaia has resigned and will not be replaced.

WITH A Nikao landowner standing firm on a decision to level 15 graves where relatives from the outer islands are buried, a Palmerston Island family has removed the remains of family members.

Lack of oxygen kills Aitutaki fish

Monday January 23, 2017

THE MINISTRY of Marine Resources (MMR) has concluded that a fish-die off in the Aitutaki lagoon earlier this month was most likely caused by oxygen depletion.

Atiu reunion remembers Papa Teiotu

Friday January 20, 2017

It WAS a reunion that the members of Teiotu-O-Tangaroa family will remember for years to come.

Pukapuka games a whole lot of fun

Friday January 20, 2017

THE SUMMER Games in Pukapuka have come to an end and Tawalalo celebrated their win with dance, song, and a whole lot of making fun of Tawangake.

The PUKAPUKA hydroponics project has finally been completed.

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