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Welfare payments are released early

Saturday December 29, 2018

The welfare payments for the January 1, 2019 were made available to all Cook Island beneficiaries yesterday at their respective BCI branches. 

Burglaries dampen the joy of Christmas

Saturday December 29, 2018

Burglars have spoiled the festive season for some Rarotonga residents.

Location of Tiare Taporo is a mystery

Saturday December 29, 2018

“No idea, gentlemen!”

The Rakei Tipuna - traditional costume exhibition now on show at the National Museum showcases three of the exceptional traditional costumes which featured in the 2018 Miss Cook Islands pageant.

With motorbikes featuring on the cargo lists of boats going to the southern islands over the last few weeks, there could be a noticeable increase in traffic in the Pa Enua during the Christmas holidays. 

Grinna goes north on voyage number one

Thursday December 27, 2018

The Taio Shipping Services vessel began its first-ever voyage within the Cook Islands on Saturday evening.

Drink drivers continue to flout law

Saturday December 22, 2018

Drunk drivers are continuing to abuse the law on our roads, in spite of continual warnings from police.

Prison upgrades ‘in due course’

Friday December 21, 2018

Many of the recommendations made by the McDermott and Matapo report into the Cook Islands prison service will require investment by government.

Police quiet on road safety plans

Thursday December 20, 2018

Police are not revealing whether they intend to mount a major campaign against drink driving and other road safety problems over the Christmas holiday period.

THE Taio Shipping Services boat which was to have left for Manihiki yesterday will now leave sometime today, depending on how long it takes to load cargo aboard the vessel.

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