Losirene Lacanivalu

Losirene Lacanivalu

The inauguration ceremony for the 2017 prefects also celebrated the fact that students last year achieved the school’s biggest success in National Certificate of Educational Achievement (NCEA) in many years.

If you've decided to go to a garage sale this weekend or maybe even sell some items you no longer want to use, make a trip to the Kutu Shop first.

Avarua Primary School will be putting a lot of effort into ensuring children have made measurable progress by the end of each school term this year.

TakitumuPrimary School is focusing this year on Maori language and keeping the culture and tradition of the Cook Islands alive.

April date for burglary sentencing

Friday February 03, 2017

A man facing burglary charges will appear in the Cook Islands court in April for his sentencing.

Court deals with wide range of charges

Thursday February 02, 2017

Driving-related offences called before the Cook Islands High Court before Justice of Peace Georgina Williams on January 26 included six charges of driving with no warrant of fitness.

Health specialists begin annual visits

Thursday February 02, 2017

TWENTY health specialist visits are expected to visit the Cook Islands this year under the Ministry of Health’s health specialist visits programme (HSVP).

Vanilla houses on way

Wednesday February 01, 2017

Vanilla shade houses are in the initial stages of being constructed for eight farmers in Rarotonga.

LE RENDEZ-VOUS CAFÉ and bistro will hold a buy, swap and sell gathering for children’s accessories on February 4 as part of a back to school initiative.

Enrolments continue at Imanuela

Wednesday February 01, 2017

IMANUELA Akatemia continues to accept enrolments for students who are still making their way back to Rarotonga after school holidays spent in other countries such as New Zealand and Australia.

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