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Outer Islands

A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the southern group islands government and Ministry of Agriculture aimed at achieving part of the country’s National Sustainable Development Plan (NSDP), was signed last week.

Musical boost for Mitiaro

Saturday August 04, 2018

Mitiaro’s young people have received a major boost in improving their musical skills thanks to timely assistance from Ministry of Internal Affairs.

Worship means much to Aitutaki team

Saturday August 04, 2018

Maintaining their morning worship, is very important to the contingent from Aitutaki competing in Te Maeva Nui.

Failure of an electronic control module resulted in a power outage on Aitutaki from around midday on Tuesday.

Pa Enua sold out at Trade Days

Wednesday August 01, 2018

Organised by the Business Trade and Investment Board (BTIB), the BCI Trade Days have proved to be a roaring success for Pa Enua stallholders, with many already having sold out of their products.

An electrical fault in a kitchen appliance is thought to have caused a fire which completely destroyed three accommodation units and a beach bar at the Aitutaki Lagoon Private Island Resort on Sunday afternoon.

Ambitious plan unveiled

Saturday July 28, 2018

Outer islands residents have suffered “economic vacancy” in silence for far too long, while Rarotonga and Aitutaki enjoy the bounty of “developed” status economy without them, says Merchant of Paradise Fred Webb. Webb is calling for support for Merchant of Paradise’s ambitious development plan for the outer islands, in partnership with Chinese interests under One China Policy (OCP). 

Tarani Greig and Monica Boucek so enjoyed their trip to the northern islands on the Layar Mas recently, they decided to write a story about it. This is their account of a trip of a lifetime, to Manihiki and Rakahanga.

The thunderous beat of traditional drums resounded around the port of Avatiu yesterday afternoon as the vessel Tahiti Nui entered the harbour, carrying around 180 people from Manihiki.

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