Outer Islands

Leadership course a hit on Aitutaki

Tuesday November 01, 2016

TWENTY-TWO teenagers have graduated from the Janet Maki Blue Lights Youth Leadership course.

Aitutaki review

Monday September 26, 2016

A REVIEW of the fuel pricing on Aitutaki has been started by the Cook Islands Price Tribunal.

GEORGE MATEARIKI, or ‘Birdman George’ as he is popularly known, has won an international award as one of 15 biodiversity ‘hotspot heroes’ involved in grassroots conservation initiatives around the world.

Making a model of Mangaia

Wednesday September 07, 2016

Around 60 people attended the three-dimensional modelling (P3DM) workshop at the Mangaia Oneroa Youth Hall on Monday.

Atiu serious about health reform

Wednesday August 31, 2016

“I APPRECIATE these people who come and help our people. They don’t ask us for something, they only want our health improved,” said Areora community leader, Moetaua Boaza

Mangaia pupils learn about ra’ui

Tuesday August 30, 2016

The RIDGE to Reef Project Cook Islands team visited Mangaia School students on August 16 to continue our education and awareness programme.

Chinese firm scopes Penryhn

Tuesday August 30, 2016

Huanan Fishery (Cook Islands) is exploring the possibility of regular transhipping catch to a mother ship in the Penrhyn island harbour, an operation that could generate income for the local island government.

A HOLISTIC health workshop held in Atiu from July 11 to August 16 has been described as “incredible” by those who attended it.

PM on Manihiki for celebrations

Tuesday August 02, 2016

Prime Minister Henry Puna will join people of Manihiki as the island observes its own Te Maeva Nui celebrations from 10am today.

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