Katrina Tanirau

Katrina Tanirau

Mona Jr’s dad backs helmets

Saturday June 13, 2020

Four months after 14-year-old Mona Ioane Jr’s tragic road death, his father Mona Sr wants to save other families from that pain.

Pristine waters’ lesson

Friday June 12, 2020

Australia High Commissioner says his nation can learn from Cook Islands’ care for ocean. 

A ray of sunshine

Thursday June 11, 2020

Rarotonga family and friends yesterday bid farewell to tourism stalwart Sue Fletcher-Vea.

Cook Islands campus backs University of the South Pacific’s attempts to clean out alleged corruption and mismanagement at Fiji headquarters.  

Ready to come home

Wednesday June 10, 2020

Two hundred returning Cook Islanders and work permit holders who have registered with Te Marae Ora as part of the fourth repatriation process will be given priority to purchase tickets for the Air New Zealand June 19 flight from Auckland.

New Zealand Government’s travel ban serves as an effective blockade on the Cook Islands economy. Now business leaders are calling for the restrictions to be lifted.

A family who lost all their possessions in a house fire are asking for support from the community.

Beauty of the ocean

Tuesday June 09, 2020

On World Oceans Day countries around the globe celebrate and honour the ocean, while coming up with ways to protect and restore it to its beautiful natural state.

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern damps down hopes of an imminent Pacific travel bubble, as locals and tourists wait in frustration. 

Locally made tiare maori perfume, a child safety motorbike harness, organically made ice cream and ice blocks and a device to monitor water flow.

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