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Outer Islands

Learning from the Pa Enua

Saturday March 14, 2020

On the Pa Enua, people don’t complain, they always have food, says a Mitiaro doctoral student. They don’t abuse the ocean, they get what they need and give the rest to other families. 

Young student leaders were exhorted to show ; respect, honesty and integrity, that they might one day lead like Manihiki’s own Henry Puna. 

Reeling in big guns for marlin contest

Saturday February 29, 2020

Peter Pakula has been fishing for a long time. His first steps as a baby were towards a fisherman who helped him catch his very first fish. And he has been fishing ever since.

Former Penrhyn MP Wilkie Rasmussen doesn’t have to be told that the weather can’t be controlled.

Penrhyn Christmas out

Tuesday December 24, 2019

Weather prevents Tongan ship from going to northern islands in time for big day.

Penrhyn boat trip still unconfirmed

Saturday December 21, 2019

Former Penrhyn MP Wilkie Rasmussen is looking forward to spending Christmas in his home island this year.

North islands run out of petrol

Saturday November 02, 2019

Northern Group islands are suffering shortages after detention of Taio Shipping boats. 

Uncertainty over rhinoceros beetle

Tuesday September 10, 2019

There is a growing dispute between Penrhyn islanders and the Agriculture ministry about whether coconut rhinoceros beetles have infested their trees.

The Cook Islands barge once named Layar Mas left our shores for the Bahamas.

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