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The internal promotion of Ani Thompson to the role of regional general manager delights staff and stakeholders of the leading Cook Islands boutique resort group.

A frustrated Taoro Brown says the row over his wife, MP Rose Brown’s decision to leave the CIP and stand as an independent on Atiu is a result of CIP president Nga Jessie’s anger against him.

Thanksgiving prayer services have been part of the Cook Islands schedule for the Religious Advisory Council since the council was first established back in the 1970s, says president Piltz Napa.

It must be rare indeed for sisters born years apart to each share the same birth date as their mother.

Jet spectacle

Friday April 27, 2018

One of the best forms of free entertainment on Rarotonga, especially for visitors, is watching passenger jets land at the seawall end of the airport runway.

Rarotonga businessman Brett Porter says he will lay a complaint with the police against Pacific Schooners Ltd (PSL) after a cheque for $10,000 given to him by company director Garth Broadhead was dishonoured.

Sisters Mareta Matamua and Teuira-o-te-Rangi Taikakara were the stars of a very special lunchtime party in Arorangi on Sunday.

The National Environment Service has ordered the owner of an Akaoa property to stop dumping and stockpiling waste on the site.

Reform issues still alive

Wednesday April 18, 2018

Lynnsay Rongokea has plenty of experience with political reform in the Cook Islands.

Marking another cyclone-free year in the Cook Islands, hundreds of people gathered at the National Auditorium on Sunday night for the annual thanksgiving service.

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