Week six of the Avaiki Basketball Tournament took place on Wednesday last week with more heat seen on the courts as the semi-final and final games are approaching quickly - set to take place this week and next.
A massive project dedicated to reviewing and improving the rights of persons with disabilities in the Cook Islands is being taken on by co-founders of Kia Orana Collective, Amy Kainuku and Claire Wilson.
With the date for the re-opening of the country’s borders to New Zealand hanging uncertainly in the air, talk of possible flights to Rarotonga from New Zealand’s Covid-free South Island has sparked the interest of tourism stakeholders.
The National Environment Service (NES) is encouraging the public to get creative in their participation of this year’s ‘Clean up the World Day’ this Friday – whether that be through recycling, tree planting, or showing their support towards an environmental community project.
A small local family of three are using social media and their growing YouTube channel to inspire young parents around the country to overcome ‘judgmental looks and treatment’, creating fun, entertaining memories along the way.
The senior A grade rugby finalists, the Tupapa Panthers and the Arorangi Bears are sticking by the term ‘champions adapt’, as they get ready to battle in today’s domestic rugby union competition final which was postponed last week due to poor weather.
Well-known and loved fictional characters were brought to life on Friday by primary school students from all over the island. Princesses, ogres, superheroes and ‘mad hatters’ turned up to school as students celebrated Literacy Week, dressing up as their favourite characters.