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Teaching them young

21 September 2021

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Rent holiday for market vendors

Punanga Nui Market vendors will receive a rent holiday beginning this week and lasting until the end of October.

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Crime

Vandals target Apii Arorangi

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‘The message is very clear, there is a dog problem on Rarotonga’

The local veterinary clinic is continuing its effort to help control the dog population on Rarotonga with a de-sexing operation.

Local


Youth build skills at business workshops

Youth have been given a lending hand in overcoming the challenges of going into business.

Education


Talent on display at nation’s first ever Maths Expo

Young maths whizzes from across the nation gathered at the National Auditorium yesterday for day one of the Cook Islands first ever Maths Expo.

Education


Group sets out to improve the rights of those with disabilities

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.

Health


Singers sign up for karaoke comp

For a night out with a difference - pop into the Cook Islands Game Fishing Club in Tupapa and listen to the hidden talent of Rarotonga’s karaoke competition singers.

Local


Aboard Marumaru Atua

Crew member Ant Vavia talks about his experiences on the MaruMaru Atua's trip.

Local


Arutanga Harbour project open

After several years of planning and preparation stages, the Arutanga Harbour Project in Aitutaki officially opened yesterday.

National


Repatriation decision is still up in the air

More work still needs to be done before dates are settled for repatriation flights, says the Border Easement Taskforce.

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$50,000 and counting …

Over $50,000 in profit was raised from the Nukutere College Biennial Gala Day and raffle draw on Friday last week.

Local


Matavera ‘Spay Day’ for dogs

The Matavera Puna completed its Dog Population Survey in May this year. The village captured a total of 237 dogs – two thirds of these dogs had not been registered or spayed.

Local


Veteran cop takes a new career turn

Not many professionals crack the 40-year mark of service then take up a new career. John Strickland took that turn on Monday, transitioning from 41 years of serving the community with the Cook Islands Police and onto a new path as the incoming director of Emergency Management Cook Islands (EMCI).

Local


Fibre in 18 months for Rarotonga and Aitutaki

Vodafone Cook Islands is aiming to get Aitutaki and Rarotonga fully equipped with fibre in 18 months’ time, says the company’s chief executive officer.

National


Further support for business

Further to the announcement two weeks ago and with the current border closure in mind, the Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Mark Brown is pleased to announce one further round of the Business Grant for October.

Economy


Teaching them young

Crew members of the Marumaru Atua teaching the children of Nukuroa some water skills.

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Court briefs

Indecent assault charge, Reckless driving guilty plea, Drunk driving fine

Crime


‘From the hills to our reef’

A small meeting house in Ngatangiia hosted a group with a big vision – a community group that emphasises a self-help, proactive approach to village initiatives.

Environment


Aboard Marumaru Atua: ‘The strength of the ocean is real’

Crew member Evangelene Wong talks about her experience aboard the MaruMaru Atua.

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Faster internet for Pa Enua ‘in the works’

Vodafone looks to refit the outer islands with 3G and 4G networks, an upgrade that was put on the back-burner because of Covid-19.

National


Family eagerly awaits father’s return

Edmond Tupuna is among 50 Cook Islanders employed at Alliance Group’s Lorneville site near Invercargill at the bottom of New Zealand’s South Island, unable to return home because of the border closure.

Local


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