Richard Moore

Richard Moore

The ripples of war and death have softened in the 100 years since the end of World War I and have transformed into rings of love and friendship between the people of Belgium and Cook Islands.

Puna at prayer vigil in NZ

Thursday March 28, 2019

Prime Minister Henry Puna has jetted off to New Zealand to attend a National Remembrance Service today, to honour the Christchurch victims of the tragic massacre.

Rains raise water bacteria levels

Wednesday March 13, 2019

Tests of water quality around Rarotonga showed that there were unsatisfactory levels of faecal content at all stream sites after last month’s heavy rains.

A furious foreign worker is warning tourists to be very careful about leaving valuables in their rooms on Rarotonga.

Bird’s eye view of Te Mato Vai

Saturday February 09, 2019

The Te Mato Vai project will help build the resilience of Rarotonga’s water supply, according to deputy prime minister Mark Brown.

Resort gets behind the climb

Friday February 08, 2019

The new owners of Magic Reef Beach Bungalows in Arorangi have got behind their local Puaikura Volunteer Fire Brigade by sponsoring their Sky Tower Stair Climb challenge.

Google street view coming to Raro

Wednesday February 06, 2019

The Cook Islands is an island country in the middle of the southern Pacific Ocean and is one of the region’s fastest growing economies.

Dengue fever is a mosquito-borne tropical disease caused by the dengue virus.

Demo MPs sign up for loyalty

Saturday February 02, 2019

Almost every Democratic Party Member of Parliament has signed a formal document pledging loyalty to both the party and the Opposition Leader Tina Browne.

As a fan of netball … I am a couch potato.

If there is an Australian test match on, particularly against the Kiwis, then I’ll be propped in front of the goggle box remote in one hand, wine in the other.

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