Rashneel Kumar

Rashneel Kumar

Quick Rip Sevens educators here

Tuesday February 26, 2019

New Zealand-based Nathan Mauger and Anna Darling are in Rarotonga as part of the Pacific Sporting Partnership - Sports for Health Rugby programme on Rarotonga this week.

Tropical storm no threat

Tuesday February 26, 2019

A tropical depression (TD11F) located near Western Samoa yesterday poses no threat to the Cook Islands, says the top weatherman.

Kids triathlon a major success

Friday February 22, 2019

Cook Islands Triathlon Association held its inaugural Kids Triathlon competition at the Tikioki Tri Site on Saturday last week.

NES provides waste disposal signs

Friday February 22, 2019

The National Environment Service (NES) handed over waste disposal signs to Punanga Nui Market earlier this week to help with the upkeep of the popular spot.

Rarotonga-based company Tik-e Tours clarified that they had nothing to do with a wedding in October last year organised by the wedding planning business accused of fraud.

Winless Eels take on Sharks

Thursday February 21, 2019

Former champions Avatiu Eels’ hunt for the first win in the domestic rugby league competition will take them to Aitutaki tomorrow where they face the Sharks.

The round 11 Vaka Pride competition, which is the Cook Islands Tourism’s initiative to keep the community clean, is now underway.

Glassie reveals his work for Atiu

Thursday February 21, 2019

Nandi Glassie says Kau Henry, the chairman of independent candidate Te-Hani Brown, must be “colour blind” not to see the development that took place on Atiu during his time in government.

Five new wedding complaints

Thursday February 21, 2019

Five more people have come out in public claiming they have fallen victim to the wedding operations involving the New Zealand-based wedding-planning business operated by Cook Islanders, exposed by this newspaper earlier this week.

Megastore rebuild starts

Thursday February 14, 2019

Work proper will start next month on rebuilding Raromart Megastore that was destroyed in a fire last July.

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