Richard Moore

Richard Moore

Australians Debbie Harris and Frank Pike have spent almost every day of their holiday on Rarotonga helping to rebuild graves and memorials at Nikao Cemetery.

Blessing for new fishing charter boat

Saturday October 13, 2018

Marlin Queen Fishing Charters has added another vessel to its fleet – the 6.45metre Popeye.

Bail for fires suspect

Saturday October 13, 2018

A 17-year-old male has appeared in the Cook Islands High Court facing three counts of arson.

New memorial helps ease pain

Wednesday October 10, 2018

Decades of pain were eased at the Nikao Cemetery on Monday afternoon with the blessing of the restored memorial to Mark Gasiorowski.

Hunt for Mangaia’s Soldiers

Wednesday October 10, 2018

Australian businesswoman and champion of the Nikao Cemetery Restoration Project, Cate Walker is flying out to Mangaia today to document the graves of 44 World War I soldiers there.

The Cook Islands is currently hosting the 37th Annual Pacific Islands Law Officers’ Network (PILON) meeting at the Edgewater Resort and Spa.

The Cook Islands Solicitor-General, David James, has praised the recent conference on Legal and Regulatory Frameworks for Political Parties in Vanuatu as a “particularly stimulating and productive conference”.

Going on a Turtling Safari...

Saturday October 06, 2018

As a small lad I remember being reduced to tears by documentary footage of baby turtles - just hatched from eggs – struggling to make it to the nearby ocean across a very wide expanse of sand.

Tourist robbed in Muri

Wednesday October 03, 2018

Police are hunting for two men involved in the robbery of a tourist at Muri Beach.

$1m blaze at Noni plant

Monday October 01, 2018

Fire has destroyed the Cook Islands Noni Marketing juice processing plant at Titikaveka causing more than $1 million damage, according to its owner Brad Stafford.

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