Outer Islands

CONSTITUTION celebrations will start on Atiu today, leading up to a busy week of activity.

Saturday work ban strands 20

Friday July 22, 2016

Twenty passengers arrived back in Rarotonga on Monday this week after being stranded on Rakahanga for almost two weeks because Seventh Day Adventist officials on the island would not allow them to board their ship on a Saturday.

WHEN New Zealand-Pacific artist Michel Tuffery visited Atitutaki this week to run a series of art workshops through the World War One Sound Shells for the Kuki Airani Soldiers project, he caught up with Araura College counsellor Thomas Wynne.

Bio-security Services, Cook Islands is encouraging Mangaia Islanders to address their needs regarding biosecurity and to look at ways to minimise the introduction of exotic pests to the island.

A LARGE turnout of delegates (pictured above) attended the 2016 Cook islands Health conference on Aitutaki.

BANKING and the purchase of goods will be made much easier for BSP customers in Aitutaki following the launch of the bank’s new agency at Aquila Store on July 8.

ATIU MP and Health minister Nandi Glassie says he is “very much concerned” about Merchant of Paradise developer Tim Tepaki’s ambitious plans to develop an international golf course on Atiu.

Comedian inspires Aitutaki

Tuesday June 28, 2016

Aitutaki residents were left with plenty of food for thought when New Zealand-based comedian and television personality Mike King visited the island for a talk session at Araura College on Friday.

Golf key to Atiu development

Monday June 27, 2016

Atiu could be transformed into an international golfing destination, if the latest plans by the Merchant of Paradise (MOP) development group come to fruition.

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