Anneka Brown

Anneka Brown

Young Cook Islands politician Te-Hani Brown has lodged an application to oppose the Democratic Party’s appeal of the Atiu by-election.

Fishing boat runs aground on Rutaki reef

Saturday September 21, 2019

An  Ocean Fresh fishing vessel the MV Wairau was grounded on the reef in Rutaki yesterday morning.

Schools welcome peace torch

Thursday September 19, 2019

The Sri Chinmoy peace torch runners have been visiting schools around the island to spread a wish for world peace.

Unhappy neighbours build 6m fence

Wednesday September 18, 2019

Turangi beach is rough with coral rocks; it doesn’t have the calm blue of Muri lagoon, but its rugged peace brings its own beauty and a glorious view of the horizon.

Purse seine fishing under review

Wednesday September 18, 2019

Cook Islands Government and the European Union are conducting a review of the purse seining fisheries agreement, due to be renewed this year.

Jaime and Joe took each other’s hand as their wedding ceremony began this week. They giggled with excitement at first but, as they stared into each other’s eyes, the laughter turned to happy tears.

Matters of the heart and mind

Saturday September 14, 2019

Tereora College has held an Every Child Matters day, tackling bullying in all its forms and creating a safe environment for young people has become a school-wide initiative.

Big vessels ‘steal’ fish from Cooks

Saturday September 14, 2019

The Cook Islands have been called on to help reform Pacific trans-shipment problems and illicit fishing in our ocean.

Making school less testing

Saturday September 14, 2019

School students will no longer have to pay a $67 annual fee to have their qualifications awarded, as schools across Cook Islands and New Zealand finally get to enjoy reforms to the curriculum.

As a doctor, Wolfgang Losacker knew he was needed here in the islands. The young man gave up his German practice as an internist in order to work as a volunteer at the Rarotonga Hospital.

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