Katrina Tanirau

Katrina Tanirau

Extensive testing since woman’s departure confirms no Covid-19 in Cook Islands. 

With the screech of a siren, the newest addition to Rarotonga’s ambulance fleet was welcomed into the family yesterday.

Pressure is mounting on New Zealand authorities to acknowledge the bravery of Cook Islands and other Pacific men who were the eyes and ears of the wartime defence against Japan. 

Four Cook Islands women are graduating as Pacific fisheries officers, the first of a new group of scholarship recipients.

Packs for Pa Enua

Monday April 27, 2020

Care parcels destined for people in need in the Pa Enua are on their way, thanks to the New Zealand High Commission.

Only the lament of of a lone bagpiper could be heard at the Cenotaph as he paid tribute to fallen heroes.

From an office in Geneva, Elizabeth Iro is a commander in the battle against the greatest health crisis the world has ever seen. 

EDITORIAL: Getting up before sunrise isn’t everyone’s idea of a good time, but on April 25 I make an exception. Standing in silent darkness alongside thousands of other people gives you time to think about the magnitude of what is being commemorated.

Over the years, Papua Vai Marere, more commonly known as Wigmore’s Waterfall, had become a dumping ground for domestic rubbish.

Cook Islands business owners are facing the reality that they may not survive the financial fallout caused by the Covid-19 crisis.

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