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Bible teaching hits airwaves

Wednesday July 23, 2014

A new radio station has been launched in Rarotonga for those in the community who are keen to deepen their knowledge of the Bible.

Ministries tackle livestock waste

Wednesday July 23, 2014

Four government ministries are joining forces to make sure livestock waste is managed properly and kept out of Rarotonga’s waterways.

Police say a car crash in Nikao on Sunday morning involved a young man driving a rental vehicle allegedly stolen from Rarotonga Airport. 

Student leaders from four colleges came together for a networking and leadership event at the High Commissioner’s official residence on Monday.

Visitor arrivals rose by less than one per cent in June compared to the same month last year, according to latest statistics.

A proposal to build a foreshore rock revetment structure to protect two properties from coastal erosion has drawn strong opposition. 

Many crashes could be avoided if drivers simply exercised precaution and preparation, says the Road Safety Council.

Visitors to Lagoon Day this year may have had their eye caught by a small concrete structure with glass bottles protruding from it. 

No decision has been reached about which pearl farmers in Manihiki will benefit from an aid-funded package of materials and equipment, says Mayor Ngamata Napara.

One of New Zealand’s best-known historical paintings has been recreated in Rarotonga as a stunning photographic piece involving 24 local cast members.

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