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Losing direction almost cost winner victory

Thursday 27 September 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Other Sports

50 brave individuals set off yesterday afternoon to conquer the famous 8.5-kilometre Nutters Run as part of the Round Rarotonga Road Race festival.


US volunteers loving time in Raro classes

Thursday 27 September 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Education

Two Global Volunteers are currently spending time in class with students from Tereora College.


Govt looking at transport subsidy options

Thursday 27 September 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Politics

Government is looking at whether a subsidy for air transportation is a valid way to help reduce cost of air transport.


Henderson gets home first for local contingent

Wednesday 26 September 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Other Sports

A large number of local athletes took part in both the 31-kilometre and 10-kilometre events as part of the Island Car and Bike Hire 41st Round Rarotonga Road Race on Saturday.


Dog de-sexing comments are ill-informed

Tuesday 25 September 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor, The comments by “John” in Friday's CINews letter about the dog desexing campaign are unfair.


Kiwis take top two spots in Round Raro Run

Monday 24 September 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Other Sports

New Zealand athletes Gene Rand and Lisa Cross took top honors at the Island Car and Bike Hire 41st Round Rarotonga Road Race on Saturday.


Rubbish issues prompt complaints

Wednesday 19 September 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Local

Roadside collection contract principal Infrastructure Cook Islands received a number of complaints last month on the state of household rubbish collection points in Te Au O Tonga.


Miss CI final a wonderful spectacle

Monday 17 September 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Local

The search for Miss Cook Islands 2018 culminated in a gala evening at the National Auditorium on Saturday night.


Tereora students make most of trade day

Saturday 15 September 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Education

Tereora college students made the most of an opportunity to sell both the business products they had come up with and a variety of foods at the college on Thursday.


Students focus on CI heroes

Saturday 15 September 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Education

St Joseph’s School held their Literacy Week this week, after their school schedule made it impractical to hold it last week with the rest of the Cook Islands.


College careers expo casts wide net

Thursday 13 September 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Education

The careers expo at Tereora College was about showing not just her pupils, but the wider student body some of the potential career paths available on Rarotonga, says commerce teacher Christina Ganivatu.


School marks writing wins

Thursday 13 September 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Education

Students at Pukapuka’s Niua School held a special assembly on Tuesday to celebrate the school’s three winners of the recent Ministry of Education creative writing competition.


Puaikura and Avatiu set for battle in round five football

Thursday 13 September 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Soccer

Puaikura and Avatiu are ready to battle it out in the under-14 boys and senior women’s division round five Rarotonga football competition at the CIFA Complex today.


Badminton team amongst the action at AIMS Games

Wednesday 12 September 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Other Sports

The Cook Islands Badminton team is competing in the 15th Anchor AIMS Games International Sporting Championships this week in Tauranga, New Zealand.


Students show passion for music

Wednesday 12 September 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Education

Another outstanding variety of music was presented by Tereora College Level 3 music students this week, showcasing their passion for singing and performing.


Careers seminar marks college commerce week

Wednesday 12 September 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Education

To mark the start of Commerce Week at Tereora College, students attended a careers seminar on Monday morning.


Youth athletics event a winner

Tuesday 11 September 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Other Sports

“The ideal place to start”, is how Friday’s Youth Athletics Championship were described.


Demos the really slippery ones...

Tuesday 11 September 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor, I see the unhappy Demo supporters are already on the attack, accusing our Cook Islands Party leader of being a “slippery eel”.


Prisoner flees jail

Tuesday 11 September 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Crime

Police have issued a photo of a man wanted for escaping from Arorangi prison yesterday morning.


Schools dress up for Literacy Week

Monday 10 September 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Education

To mark the end of Literacy Week, a number of schools in Rarotonga took the opportunity to dress up as their favourite characters, from superheroes and princesses to pirates and scary monsters.


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