Melina Etches

Melina Etches

Pipe gushes despite pleas

Saturday July 04, 2020

A large high-pressure water pipe has burst at the Turangi intake road and is being held together by tyre tubes to limit the spill.

More than two hundred people attended Te Ra O Te Ui Ariki at the National Auditorium domes dressed in waves of colourful pareu garments and ei.

Clash of the Generators

Thursday July 02, 2020

Badminton urging parents and guardians to compete alongside their children in a new tournament. 

Reuniting Ui Ariki day

Thursday July 02, 2020

The House of Ariki has decided to bring people back together to commemorate Ui Ariki Day.

Tomorrow is the day

Thursday July 02, 2020

Ra o te Ui Ariki will be observed tomorrow.

Palmerston is leading the Pa Enua in creating an almost cashless society.

Giant patuki

Wednesday July 01, 2020

Fishermen on the island of Pukapuka are celebrating the extraordinary catch of a monstrous old reef fish.

Tennis is getting back into a post-Covid groove.

The financial services industry has presented a seminar at Tereora College to engage students and encourage them to stay at school and continue on to university. 

One in four people in Cook Islands live with a disability, according to the last census. That is part of the reason the National Disability Council fights for an inclusive and just Cook Islands in which the human rights of those with disabilities are realised. 

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