Katrina Tanirau

Katrina Tanirau

Use of polyaluminium chloride (PACI) is ‘not a trial but a test’ according to Te Vai Ora Maori, but Prime Minister Mark Brown says it’s simply another attempt by the water lobby group to stall progress. 

No one wants to be poked around their sacred body parts and made to feel uncomfortable.

Lucky escape

Thursday October 22, 2020

Four students on their way to school on Wednesday morning had a close call when the vehicle they were in veered off the road and crashed into a tree outside Tereora College. 

Teeing off in Aitutaki

Wednesday October 21, 2020

Former Prime Minister and avid golfer Henry Puna was given a hero’s welcome in Aitutaki on Monday morning as he arrived to play in the Air Rarotonga and Aitutaki Open Golf Tournament.

More planning and dialogue needed before film commission or collective industry group can be established in the Cook Islands. 

Passengers returning to Rarotonga this Friday will be required to undergo supervised quarantine, while another quarantine breach is reported to Te Marae Ora. 

Do you know who won the 2020 Cook Islands Games overall title? Be a part of today's quiz to find out.

 

October marks what awareness month? Be a part of today's quiz to find out.

 

Do you know what anniversary did the Girl Guides of the Cook Islands celebrate yesterday? Be a part of today's quiz to find out.

 

One of the highest honours to be bestowed on any person from a Commonwealth nation is a Queen’s Service Medal. This year, four well-known Cook Islanders were recognised for their tireless service to their communities, their professions, churches and their country. 

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