Losirene Lacanivalu

Losirene Lacanivalu

THE MINISTRY of Cultural Development is hosting two meetings of local and regional importance this week.

Apii Nikao prefab to be ready soon

Monday January 23, 2017

THE COOK ISLANDS government has funded construction of the Apii Nikao School prefab, expected to be completed before the opening of the school year.

TE KAINGA Community Mental Health Services, Rarotonga is hosting the 15th Basic Psychiatry and Mental Health Course, starting today.

WITH A Nikao landowner standing firm on a decision to level 15 graves where relatives from the outer islands are buried, a Palmerston Island family has removed the remains of family members.

A BUSINESS known as “Happened at Tauira’s Hut 24 plans to expand to boost its customer services and provide its specialty Manihiki and Rarotongan dishes to the public.

Board members to fill vital roles

Monday January 23, 2017

NEW TE REO Maori Commission and Historical Sites board members were officially appointed at the National Auditorium earlier this week.

A WORKSHOP for training audio and visual technicians of the Ministry of Cultural Development was held at the National Auditorium in Avarua this week.

Refresher for airline employees

Friday January 20, 2017

In COLLABORATION with the Cook Islands Tertiary Training Institute (CITTI), Air Rarotonga staff were hosted to a comprehensive training session at the Ngatangiia Campus this week.

The AGRICULTURE ministry is urging the public to remove any ripe fruit from pawpaw trees so they don’t become breeding sites for fruit flies.

Infrastructure Cook Islands WATSAN Division has commended government stakeholders and non-government organisations for attending the Rarotonga landfill site visit programme last week.

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