Outer Islands

Pacific Line Direct has reversed its decision to cut shipping services to Aitutaki from two voyages to one per month.

Palmerston patient ‘stable’

Friday March 27, 2015

A 15 year old Palmerston Island girl suffering what has been described only as ‘an acute medical problem’ is in a stable condition and recovering in Rarotonga Hospital.

Atiu is set to enter a new chapter with the appointment of Ina Mokoroa as the new mayor of the outer island.

Atiu votes come in

Thursday March 19, 2015

The votes are in for the Atiu mayoral by-election after George Taoro James Brown was stripped of the job following a conviction on a charge of receiving stolen goods last year.

The first small steps are being taken in a new marina and amenity project which will boost Aitutaki’s popularity with visiting yachts, encourage new businesses and provide new jobs.

Families honour school leaders

Tuesday March 03, 2015

Pride overflowed at the Prince Edward Hall in Aitutaki when families and friends gathered to see the new Araura College student council inducted as school leaders on Friday. 

New gear to hook fishing offenders

Saturday February 28, 2015

The Ministry of Marine Resources in Aitutaki has been presented with some new equipment for detecting fisheries offences on Aitutaki. 

Ministry of Agriculture officials are concerned about the increased risk of bio-security risks after prohibited fruit was found in a charter flight passenger’s luggage on Aitutaki last week.

Aitutaki welcomes new machines

Wednesday February 25, 2015

Infrastructure improvement works on the island of Aitutaki will kick into high gear following the arrival of heavy machinery to the island over the weekend.

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