Anneka Brown

Anneka Brown

The final resting places of six war dead will be protected in perpetuity as Commonwealth War Graves – if they can be found. Anneka Brown and Jonathan Milne report.

Yo-ho-ho and a bottle of rum

Saturday October 26, 2019

There are few things better than a rollicking sea yarn. And as Anneka Brown discovers, the story of Captain Andy Thompson rolls with the best of them.

Even police investigators come to TN Technology to “hack” into phones believed to contain incriminating information. 

Blooming heck!

Friday October 25, 2019

Ingrid Caffery has to hide her rare white and pink orchids from light-fingered trespassers who strip the plants bare. And discovering the beautiful blooms, Anneka Brown can see the temptation!

Local teachers for local schools

Friday October 25, 2019

A fast-track degree is intended to train up more Cook Islands teachers – but they say the government must address poor pay as well, reports Anneka Brown.

Is it just me? Or have you also waited over two hours at the Rarotonga Hospital to see a doctor?

Henry Puna has pledged to promote the implementation of a key fishing vessel safety treaty known as the Cape Town Agreement of 2012.

Alex King was sitting in an office working as an admin, when she thought: ‘Do I really want to be sitting at my desk all day?’ That was six years ago.

Man injured in hit and run crash

Monday October 21, 2019

Offender flees the scene after crashing into a motorbike, causing injuries to a young male.

Rarely have so many Cook Islanders reached so far, in so many fields, as this week. Lisa Williams and Anneka Brown report.

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