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Prime Minister Henry Puna has been formally accused of bribing Manihiki voters with outboard motors and free flights in the lead-up to the general election.

An association of Christians dedicated to distributing Bibles around the world has established a branch in the Cook Islands.

A trivia night is being held at Nu Vaima Bistro to help the Esther Honey Foundation Animal Clinic raise money to buy much-needed medical equipment.

Members of the public have until the end of today to voice their opinion on draft concept plans for the proposed new Nikao Primary School.

Aitutaki Harbour plan on hold

Thursday July 24, 2014

Any decision on a proposal to deepen and widen the Arutanga Harbour entrance in Aitutaki is on hold until the elections outcomes are confirmed.

Three burglaries were reported during the weekend – one from a residential home and two from tourist accommodation providers.

Police have expressed concern about young people being out in town late at night after a fight outside a nightclub in Avarua on Saturday.

Price battle good for consumers

Thursday July 24, 2014

A price war is beginning to develop between two major retailers on the island, and both agree the competition is good news for consumers.

Tutaka wraps up tomorrow

Wednesday July 23, 2014

Health officers have been out in the field inspecting properties this week as part of the regular Tutaka health checks.

Flu outbreak could be on its way

Wednesday July 23, 2014

People in the Cook Islands are being warned to prepare for a flu outbreak as Kiwis escape the winter for a spell in the tropics.

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