Katrina Tanirau

Katrina Tanirau

The Private Sector Taskforce has issued a white paper to the government that sets out a package of urgent stabilisation measures to help businesses and their employees survive the coming months. 

Gordon Heather got an extra special present for his 30th birthday – a 262kg blue marlin.

Senior government adviser Terry Rangi appeared in court yesterday charged with refusing a breath alcohol or blood test.

Police denied an expat worker his basic human rights when he failed a breath alcohol test, his lawyer says.

Tents for prison

Wednesday May 20, 2020

When Arorangi Prison went into lockdown because of the threat of Covid-19, the co-operation of inmates and their families was praised by Minister of Corrections George Angene and Superintendent Teariki Purua.

There is some magic being created in the art classes at Tereora College.

Students, workers and returning Cook Islanders from around the world plead for better information. 

There’s a certain way an artist holds a paint brush. Almost like their hand is being guided by an unseen force as they create something that can only be seen through their eyes.

Cook Islands welcomes home 104 returning residents – and two very new ones!

Hopes for government support to pay fees to upskill workers.

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