Jaimie Keay

Jaimie Keay

Fire in their belly

Friday December 13, 2019

Athletics youngsters are raring for more international competition after an inspiring outing at secondary schools event in New Zealand. Jaimie Keay of Athletics Cook Islands reports.

Rarotonga’s emergency management teams have met to build awareness and build their capacity to deal with health disasters on the island.

No love lost for Bulldog ex-coach

Saturday March 16, 2019

There will be no love lost when coach Meti Noovao guides Avatiu Eels against his former club Titikaveka Bulldogs in the domestic league competition today.

Founder of the Cook Islands Women and Girls with Disabilities Organisation, Tuki Wright received a substantial cash donation from a Singaporean company with business interests in the Maritime Services Industry who are also avid supporters of community-based groups that promote women’s interests.

You’d be forgiven for thinking you were going through déjà vu yesterday – the feeling you’ve seen something before – when the cruise ship Crystal Symphony cruised to anchor off Avatiu just after8am.

Tourism set for Mana Tiaki Week

Thursday March 14, 2019

Cook Islands Tourism will be highlighting the Mana Tiaki value during a week of activities and entertainment to be held from April 1 to 5,10am to2pm each day.

Arorangi Bears’ unbeaten run has come to an end after the side lost to Tupapa Panthers over the weekend.

Safety rails off to Mangaia

Friday February 01, 2019

The elderly and people with disability (Elderbility) living on the island of Mangaia will soon receive “grab hand rails” that will help out with daily usual routines of their lives.

Catechists end training on Raro

Wednesday January 23, 2019

A two-week catechist-training workshop hosted at the Saint Joseph’s Cathedral this month successfully ended on Sunday.

Smoke Signals

Friday December 28, 2018

SO NO SURPRISES THERE…

Court house - CCECC – 2004, police station – CCECC, sports stadium – CCECC, Avatea School – CCECC, Ring main TMV – CCECC. A trend, perhaps? Why is everyone surprised about the pipes when all the other projects have significant issues!

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