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The conscientious action taken by Anna Rasmussen, Tere Carr, Justine Flanagan and Andy Kirkwood, who form the face and team of “Te Vai Ora Maori” should be applauded.
Has water authority (government) investigated cleaner water treatment option before making commitment to chlorinate water on Rarotonga?
The government has included a Universal Access Plan into its revised Telecommunications Bill 2019, offering concessions for internet access and services "of reasonable quality" and "at a reasonable cost" for "particular groups of persons or to persons in particular areas".
Thank you so much Louisa Wall for your tautoko in the kaupapa, I am the Cook Islands’ first transgender to have a sex change, in 1976.
On behalf of our family, thank you to the staff of Aitutaki Lagoon Private Island Resort and everyone else who has extended kindness and compassion to our dear sister-in-law, Leslie Donison, as she navigates the unthinkable.
Your article ("Development cooperation from Aussies", Dec 28) should be a major concern for all Cook Islanders, as it is for me.