Conor Leathley

Conor Leathley

Two weeks since core site blaze

Wednesday November 08, 2017

It is almost two weeks since a fire destroyed the Bluesky core site at Aroa and while there have been no updates from the company this week, work on restoration of mobile and internet services appears to be continuing.

Angler lands the big one

Wednesday November 08, 2017

Over the weekend a fisherman on a Marlin Queen fishing charter trip reeled in the fish of his dreams, a 113kg striped marlin.

Call-up caps ‘fantastic’ year

Tuesday November 07, 2017

The Auckland Blues have rewarded Cook Islander Matty Johnson with a call up to their squad after his fantastic year with Southland in the Mitre 10 Cup.

Study examines fish-feeding issues

Tuesday November 07, 2017

“To feed, or not to feed,” that was the question posed by researcher Natalie Prinz after she conducted a study into fish feeding in Aitutaki Lagoon.

Policy aims to boost language

Monday November 06, 2017

This week CINews begins a series of articles on the new National Culture Policy initiated by the Ministry of Cultural Development. The policy addresses five strategic goals and while its effects won’t be noticed until at least next year, it will introduce a number of significant changes. The first strategic goal, covered today, is language.

Bigfoot lacking in wonder

Monday November 06, 2017

Another day, another white kid finds out that he’s “special”.

Cook Islands power couple Jeff and Natalie Tikitau have returned to their island, after taking the real estate world on the French Riviera by storm.

Kuki will continue with Kiwis

Friday November 03, 2017

Cook Islander Brad Takairangi continues his dream Rugby League World Cup run as he has been named in the Kiwis starting line-up for their second match against Scotland today.

Renowned New Zealand sports physiotherapist Tanya Browne will be on site at the Raro Rugby Sevens this week, sharing her knowledge and raising awareness of the dangers of injuries, particularly concussions.

It seems a little strange to think now that one of New Zealand rugby’s most established stars, Liam Messam, was once looked upon as simply a Sevens specialist.

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