Outer Islands

Black Fern Toka Natua spent her Christmas break in Aitutaki – the island she hails from.

Tropical Christmas joy reached Aitutaki last week as people on the island flocked to witness the Santa Parade on Saturday, December 16.

Manihiki project a dream come true

Wednesday December 27, 2017

Manihiki has minimal agricultural activities and are also vulnerable to irregular shipping services for imported goods.

Around 8000 people will fly to the outer islands this December, accompanied by around 30 tonnes of cargo.

Atiu accommodation pays dividend

Tuesday December 19, 2017

Continuing with their annual tradition, Atiu Villas has once again made this festive season a little special for the people on the island.

Project to preserve Aitutaki lagoon

Friday December 08, 2017

A plan is being advanced to preserve Aitutaki lagoon, known as one of the most pristine lagoon environments in the world.

Marine scientists survey Manuae

Wednesday November 15, 2017

A team of marine scientists and local fisheries officers are conducting marine surveys and collecting vital baseline data in the outer islands.

Students make most of trip to Mangaia

Wednesday November 15, 2017

Apii Te Uki Ou Year 7 and 8 students left Rarotonga on Wednesday of last week for a visit to Mangaia.

Mauke resident June Hosking kindly provided CINews with a story and photos of Mauke’s biggest event of the year last Friday – the unveiling ceremony for long-time island resident and priest, Father John Rovers.

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