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4 December 2020

Articles by Jaimie Keay

Fire in their belly

Friday 13 December 2019 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Other Sports

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.


No love lost for Bulldog ex-coach

Saturday 16 March 2019 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in League

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.


Donation for Cooks disability group

Saturday 16 March 2019 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Local

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.


Tourism set for Mana Tiaki Week

Thursday 14 March 2019 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Local

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.


Crystal Symphony visits twice in one day

Thursday 14 March 2019 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Economy

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.


Panthers end Bears' winning run

Monday 11 March 2019 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in League

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


The official lowdown on holiday leave and pay

Friday 28 December 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Local

The festive season is here and with it have come many enquiries regarding public holiday leave, pay and other entitlements for employees.


Manihiki children spread Christmas cheer

Sunday 16 December 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Education

Christmas cheer arrived early for the senior citizens of Tauhunu in Manihiki last Saturday, school children on the island delivered festive hampers to them.


Thirty years of policing comes to end

Sunday 16 December 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Crime

The depth of the Police Service is a little shallower this week as we bid a fond farewell to Apera Bishop, who is turning in his sergeant’s stripes after three decades in uniform.


Unsealed roads a bone of contention on Mauke

Thursday 13 December 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor, Sorry, but Mrs Hosking (CINews December 10). does not speak for all Maukeans.


Local IT expert takes over Oyster email services

Monday 10 December 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Technology

People who wish to continue with their Oyster email services (i.e. oyster.net.ck) can do so now after a local IT expert took over the services from Bluesky Cook Islands.


New Zealand could fund TMV repairs

Monday 10 December 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Politics

New Zealand's Ministry of Foreign Affairs says it is happy for the Cook Islands to use some of its aid grant to repair a just installed water supply system.


Clarifying the confusion over MPAs

Saturday 8 December 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Politics

Prime minister Henry Puna speaks often at conferences and in the pages of international magazines about how the Cook Islands possesses the world’s largest marine-protected area.


Vaka Pride extended to three islands

Friday 7 December 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Local

Cook Islands Tourism Corporation has coordinated three Vaka Pride community projects on the islands of Rarotonga, Aitutaki and Mauke.


Frequent visitor rewarded

Thursday 6 December 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Local

Wayne Price from Brisbane, Australia has visited the Cook Islands numerous times, twenty one times in fact, winning the online International Visitors Survey award.


Napa challenges government over mining law changes

Thursday 6 December 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Politics

Opposition MP Selina Napa is challenging the government to tell the Cook Islands people exactly what law changes are being planned for the current Seabed Mining Act.


Ministries trained in real-time mapping software

Tuesday 4 December 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Local

A new high-tech software platform being rolled out across government departments will allow workers in the field access real-time mapping information on their smart devices, phones or tablets for the entire Cook Islands, on land or sea.


Knockout football continues today

Thursday 29 November 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Soccer

After an action-packed start to the knockout competition yesterday, the do-or-die battle continues with two exciting fixtures lined up for today.


Ngakau Toa Vaka wins mixed open race

Wednesday 28 November 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Paddling

Eleven crews lined up to contest the Bob Worthington Memorial Round Rarotonga mixed teams race on day three of the Vaka Eiva 2018 yesterday.


Athletes in Tahiti for big contest

Wednesday 21 November 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Other Sports

The next generation of Cook Islands athletes are in their final preparations for this week’s Oceania Athletics Championship.


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