‘Our people are fine’

‘Our people are fine’

Excitement is at fever pitch for this year’s Cook Islands Games with MPs even chipping in to declare their undying dedication to their respective islands.

Bills take a back seat to Covid concerns

The select committee’s interim report of the Agriculture Bill was tabled at Parliament’s sitting but committee chairman Patrick Arioka asked for a three-month extension, while Parliament adjourns until Monday. 

Digital dream realised as cable finally goes live

Few may have noticed, but the Manatua Cable is finally in operation and delivering data from North America, through Tahiti, to internet users in Rarotonga and Aitutaki. 

Fate of toa trees hang in the balance

Residents and other concerned members of the community have rallied to save the toa trees outside Takitumu School.

National

Amuri inspires seedling business in New Zealand

Amuri inspires seedling business in New Zealand

Amuri inspires seedling business in New Zealand

Amuri inspires seedling business in New Zealand

Amuri inspires seedling business in New Zealand

Amuri inspires seedling business in New Zealand

Amuri inspires seedling business in New Zealand

Amuri inspires seedling business in New Zealand

Amuri inspires seedling business in New Zealand

Amuri inspires seedling business in New Zealand

Amuri inspires seedling business in New Zealand

Sport

Win at any cost

Win at any cost

Win at any cost

Win at any cost

Win at any cost

Win at any cost

Win at any cost

Win at any cost

Opinion

Features

Quarantine Quiz: Penrhyn, NASA and BSP

Quarantine Quiz: Penrhyn, NASA and BSP

Quarantine Quiz: Penrhyn, NASA and BSP

Quarantine Quiz: Penrhyn, NASA and BSP

Quarantine Quiz: Penrhyn, NASA and BSP