Katrina Tanirau

Katrina Tanirau

The possibility of opening the country’s international borders without compromising the people’s safety, may be the only way to kick start an economy that has been severely impacted by the Covid-19 crisis, Prime Minister Henry Puna said.

School away from school

Saturday May 09, 2020

Parents have become teachers and children have had to adapt to a new learning environment at home in another country, far from their classrooms in Cook Islands. 

Down at Avatiu clubhouse, aka the Swamp, those who can’t play netball and other sports have been given other options to keep fit. 

Football kicks off in August

Friday May 08, 2020

Football is optimistic of starting their 2020/21 season, in August.

Worshippers ask, when can we sing out loud to our Lord? 

Badminton makes a racquet

Thursday May 07, 2020

Five awards nominations motivate young players coming through, says Badminton Cook Islands.

Survey for economic response

Wednesday May 06, 2020

Private Sector Taskforce chair Fletcher Melvin is encouraging the Cook Islands business community to have a say and complete a new survey.

Cook Islands is looking forward to hosting Kiwis and Aussies in the not too distant future.

Queen’s Birthday Weekend targeted for Cook Islands’ biggest sports meeting since Covid. 

Getting the jobs done

Tuesday May 05, 2020

Murienua MP Patrick Arioka decided to take a leaf from friend and colleague George Angene’s book and get a team of hardworking lads together to clean up his constituency.

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