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Weekend

MP here to find healing

Saturday December 28, 2019

But Louisa Wall is also on a mission to stand up for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community reports Moana Makpelu Lee.

The history behind our mountains

Monday December 16, 2019

Environmentalist Liam Kokaua has taken a particular interest in reconnecting the tradition and knowledge the sacred mountains holds. 

A tyre, attire and tiring

Saturday January 18, 2020

Twenty-seven exhausted scouts have returned from jamboree with new skills and new stories. 

‘We are all in the same boat’

Saturday January 25, 2020

The Voyaging Society, the Sailing Club and the school holidays programme ‘Atui’anga ki te Tango teamed up to offer teenagers an understanding of where they come from. 

The last horses

Saturday January 25, 2020

As a horse rider, journalist Moana Makapelu Lee knows what it is to care for such proud animals. Up the Turangi valley road, she discovers Rarotonga’s last three horses – and meets the woman who is helping them live out the rest of their lives in calm and dignity.

No rain on Miss World’s parade

Friday January 24, 2020

The money donated by Cook Islanders to help Australian bush fire victims is climbing towards $30,000, ahead of this afternoon’s announcement of the total.

My name is Kirimoke Rakei, I've been with my partner Rodney Ngatikao for eight years. We owned and managed Mah zone for one year. It was an enjoyable experience and the creation of our famous Double Beef burger was made here. 

The principal of Mitiaro’s tiny school believes their pupils are a chosen generation – and he is determined to help them discover a brighter future. 

Anyone who has had their vehicle fixed by Nathan Matata will tell you his automotive mechanical skills are second to none. But until he gets his piece of paper and finishes his qualification, it means nothing. 

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