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World-renowned whale researcher Nan Hauser said she wants to see charges laid on crewmembers of a foreign fishing vessel who allegedly caught a number of Giant Trevally in Avatiu Harbour recently.

Grand finals a B-grade tie breaker

Friday September 19, 2014

For some rugby clubs, the senior B grade is as pivotal as the main senior A grade team.

Atiu MP’s ready for action

Thursday September 18, 2014

With electoral petitions behind them, recently elected MP’s Nandi Glassie and Rose Toki Brown from the island of Atiu say they are ready to hit the ground running.

Bumpy ride no more?

Thursday September 18, 2014

Local motorists have been down this road before, but it looks like a project to provide a smooth drive through town may finally be getting off the ground.

Web SURFERS in far away cities will soon get a chance to navigate the underwater reef environment around Rarotonga, along with a chance to view incredible footage of some gigantic whales.

2 more petitions dismissed

Wednesday September 17, 2014

Two more petitions have been dismissed by the High Court, leaving the slim one-seat majority of the current Cook Islands Party-led caretaker government intact.

Ioane retains Vaipae-Tautu seat

Wednesday September 17, 2014

Incumbent Member of Parliament Mona Ioane has retained his Aitutaki seat after the dismissal of an electoral petition in his home constituency of Vaipae-Tautu.

Whale tagging results ‘exciting’

Wednesday September 17, 2014

Results from an ongoing whale tagging programme in Rarotonga are trickling in, and the findings are dazzling scientists.

Stakeholders involved in the Cook Islands black pearl industry hope an upcoming one-of-a-kind dinner affair will blossom into a larger, annual event to showcase the locally produced product.

Fishing allegations draw outrage

Tuesday September 16, 2014

Allegations concerning foreign fishing vessel crew members catching “pet fish” in Avarua Harbour are drawing public outrage.

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