Rashneel Kumar

Rashneel Kumar

Tracking a pathogen

Saturday March 07, 2020

A trail of Covid-19 contacts from Italy to New Zealand to Cook Islands provides a textbook example of international cooperation in tracing the virus. 

Some islands are unified, some like Pukapuka are bitterly divided by politics – but now, outer islanders have a chance to enrol to vote on determines their future. 

A European traveller who had been through coronavirus-stricken Italy was allowed to travel on to Rarotonga, after a mistake at the Auckland airport check-in counter. 

Jason Moorfield retained the Aroa Vegeland Men’s Triathlon after a strong comeback in the event held on Saturday last week.

Government is set to head into arbitration process with the Chinese contractor in a bid to recoup $17 million repair cost on the Rarotonga water supply system.

Two banned travellers quarantined

Thursday March 05, 2020

New Zealand is sending a rapid response medical team to Cook Islands to help respond to the Covid-19 coronavirus. 

The inclusion of three import players has propelled Avatiu Eels to new heights in the national rugby league competition.

League tightens eligibility rule

Tuesday March 03, 2020

Top Cook Islands players, who played for the Kiwis or Australia, can still make the switch back to the Cook Islands. 

Avatiu Eels maintained their unbeaten run in the Raro Cars Rugby League competition after a superb win on Saturday.

The Eels defeated Tupapa Panthers 28-20 at a soggy Victoria Park. In the other premier match, defending champions Ngatangiia Matavera Sea Eagles overcame Arorangi Bears 28-20.

Town won the women’s match beating Country 32-0.

How to selfie- improve

Tuesday March 03, 2020

Tereora College students can now do internships with the Rarotonga water authority following an agreement between the two organisations.

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