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The Manatua cable project should be stopped, says Opposition deputy leader James Beer.

“Balance is most important. You’ve got to have balance.”

A convoluted legal saga involving a Cook Islands trust has recently been reported on in the US, invoking a description of the Cook Islands as “a unique debtor’s haven”.

A retired couple from Belgium on a four-year, round-the-world sailing trip arrived in Rarotonga aboard their catamaran “Jambote” on Wednesday afternoon, having torn their mainsail on the trip from Papeete in Tahiti.

Art show opening draws big crowd

Wednesday May 16, 2018

Estimating a total attendance of “about a couple hundred people” over the course of the night, artists Mike Tavioni, Chauncey Flay and Hori Miller all agree that their sculpture exhibition opening at Tavioni’s yet-to-be officially opened Atupa gallery on Monday was “a great success”.

‘Cloud’ healthcare proposed

Wednesday May 16, 2018

Kiwi doctor Lance O’Sullivan wants to bring his digital healthcare app iMoko to the Cook Islands.

Donated lifejackets here soon

Tuesday May 15, 2018

The Cook Islands is set to receive more than 200 donated lifejackets from New Zealand this month, courtesy of Coastguard New Zealand’s Old4New Lifejacket Upgrade campaign.

The passing of a legend

Monday May 14, 2018

Cook Islands legend and sporting icon Teanuanua Teariki Kamana, OBE, known to most as Papa Dan Kamana, has passed away at the age of 93.

One’s black. One’s white. One’s a bit of a mixture.

Harry lives the Suwarrow life

Saturday May 12, 2018

Travel some 900-odd kilometres north by northwest of Rarotonga, up towards the islands of Nassau and Pukapuka, and you’ll find Suwarrow, a national park of the Cook Islands since 1978.

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