Jonathan Milne

Jonathan Milne

Touchdown! Touch is back

Monday May 18, 2020

Teams were “raring for a good blowout” when the Vodafone Mixed Touch competition resumed after a month’s stand-down.

Australian pundits are picking Cook Islands back Steven Marsters as one to watch when the NRL kicks off again after its enforced break.

Islands in the stream

Monday May 18, 2020

Covid-19 has given new impetus to Cook Islands’ creative economy through digital connections that bring our artists and musicians to global audiences. Now Glenda Tuaine from Motone Productions is calling for a government-funded creative agency to drive that.

The unlikely animal angel

Monday May 18, 2020

With medical supplies for Te Are Manu vets held up in Sydney, the clinic needs all the help it can get.

Government in talks with New Zealand about under-writing two-year loan repayment holidays for small tourism operators.

An antiviral drug found to help patients fight off the Covid-19 coronavirus is to be made available to Cook Islands.

Government is asked to give private companies a foot up, rather than taking police off their core duties. 

Amid worrying news about the illness of much-loved teacher Grace Archer, Apii Te Uki Ou students have held a triathlon that brought together the whole school community.

The Kia Orana Aunties have not only swapped out their ei katu for helmets in their latest photo shoot, they’ve also swapped scooter model. In 2013, they rode a Pantera Sport 125. What are they riding now? Be part of today's quiz to find out.

The grave of Charles Wells Banks lies in the cemetery of the Cook Island Christian Church in Avarua. Do you know who he was??? Be part of today's quiz to find out.

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