The drugs for transgender females suppress testosterone but does not result in more feminine features, like higher voice pitch, more body fat to muscle ratio, whereas a transgender male taking testosterone will have a lower voice, more facial body hair, more musculature.
New Zealand-born Cook Islander Brandon Mataio Jammae Ulfsby shares his journey of relearning o te reo Māori Kūki ‘Āirani as the annual ‘Epetoma o te reo Māori Kūki 'Āirani: Cook Islands Language Week started yesterday in NZ.
The completion of the Rarotonga water project is a huge achievement and is a developmental landmark for our country as it will have significant national health, economic and environmental benefits, writes Prime Minister Mark Brown.
If MPs are going to make decisions and choosing to forego uniform for whatever reason, why are they not like school children donating money for the privilege of relaxed uniform rules, writes Ruta Mave.
On Saturday some members of the Marumaru Atua crew and the Aitutaki Conservation Trust participated in a small beach clean up near the airport, to raise awareness on plastic pollution in our ocean, writes Te Ipukarea Society.
Prime Minister Mark Brown’s comment in Parliament on Tuesday, June 22, 2021 needs clarification and correcting. Mark stated that the former Director of Audit (myself) left the Audit Office with six to seven years of audits in arrears.
Recently local media has been saturated with images of smiling locals unveiling commemorative plaques at the upgraded water intakes (Avatiu intake ‘has larger storage capacity’ – June 22).