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Omicron threat looms

A recent closed-door meeting between Te Marae Ora and leading agencies reveal the government will not be able to control Omicron when it hits the Cook Islands.

National

Back into waters, fisherman shares ‘scary’ sea surge ordeal

Fisherman Junior Ioapa made the most of the calmer seas early yesterday morning catching 10 decent sized and one weighing 15 kilo yellow fin tuna.

Palmerston hosting pre-Christmas celebrations

The Marsters families from Palmerston island are hosting an extravagant evening of live music, cultural entertainment, and island buffet food tonight.

National


St Joseph's ends school year on a high

After a successful 2021 academic year, St Joseph’s Primary School’s principal says they are moving in the right direction and moving forward for the better.

Education


New Act brings relief to deregistered companies

Local businesses that have been struck off the companies register can now reregister following the passing of the Companies Amendment Bill 2021 during the recent Parliament sitting.

National


Cook Islands formalise diplomatic ties with Kuwait

Cook Islands has formalised diplomatic relations with the Government of the State of Kuwait following a signing ceremony in Wellington earlier this month.

Economy


Record 1000 Christmas Boxes packed for families in need

Christmas spirit is well and truly alive in Rarotonga when 1000 Christmas Boxes – a record for the Cook Islands Christmas Box project – were packed in an hour and 30 minutes.

Local


May deadline for Empire bridge

Construction of the replacement Empire Bridge costing Cook Islands taxpayers $5 million is on track to be completed by May.

Economy


Christmas creative ei competition

As a lead up to Christmas and taking advantage of the abundance of flowers on the island, the Punanga Nui Market vendors have organised an ei making competition for this Friday December 17.

Culture


First Fireworks and Christmas event for Mitiaro

For the first time, the island of Mitiaro marked the festive season with a Christmas at the Wharf event and dazzling display of fireworks.

Entertainment


CISPCA makes urgent appeal after puppies found on beach

Cook Islands SPCA (CISPA) has seen a surge in calls after finding five distressed, sick, and starving puppies abandoned in Panama.

Economy


Maori education site goes live

A Cook Islands Māori version of educational website Get Safe Online is now live.

Education


Rain brings relief to Penrhyn

Over the past few weeks rain has poured down on the Northern group atoll of Penrhyn, bringing sighs of welcome relief for approximately 250 residents.

Environment


Piho’s gallery sneak peek

Award-winning photographer Charlotte Piho is opening her new gallery in Muri from 6pm today for a first look.

Entertainment


PM signs off on USD $80m loan

Cook Islands has borrowed (USD) $40 million from the Asian Development Bank for immediate financing needs with an additional (USD) $40 million set aside if the country becomes in need of the money.

Economy


Government works planned for Mangaia

More resilient and fit-for-purpose public buildings, better access to quality services and infrastructure, employment opportunities, improved health and wellbeing, enhanced community pride – we envision all of these things and more for the people of Mangaia and in turn the rest of our Pa Enua as each new project comes to fruition, writes Prime Minister Mark Brown.

National


Wet weather lashes parts of Rarotonga

Heavy rain and thunderstorms lashed parts of the Cook Islands over the weekend, flooding areas around Rarotonga.

Environment


Raro cops to step up helmet enforcement

Rarotonga cops are stepping up motorcycle helmet enforcement as the island heads in to the silly season.

Economy


101-year-old Emily Russell laid to rest

In an extraordinary life spanning over a century, Emily Patience Mii-Metua Russell has left behind a lasting impression on those who have crossed paths with her.

Local


Exploring creativity with 3D printing

In a bid to diversify their ‘creative business’, Island Craft is taking baby steps in the direction towards technological advancement through the use of their 3D printer.

Entertainment


Bank launches secure system to protect customers from fraud

BSP Cook Islands has launched its 3D Secure Service to make online card transaction secure.

Economy


In brief: Court news

A man has had a charge of careless driving causing injury withdrawn in the Criminal Court at Avarua on Thursday.

Court


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