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It’s been raining since 2013, says Ake Utanga.
The land specialist for government’s Project Management Unit is mulling over when the last serious dry spell was, when water stopped running from Rarotonga taps. She reckons there’s been rain for a while.
Maraea Mata is the last of 15 siblings still alive – so when the matriarch met all her brothers and sisters dozens and dozens of offspring at a family reunion, it was overwhelming.
KIWI JOURNALIST Jonathan Milne is the new editor of Cook Islands News. He takes up his new role on June 4 after relocating to Rarotonga from Auckland where he was until recently editor of the Sunday Star-Times.
Rarotonga’s sought-after wedding photographer Melanie Cooper is ready to lift the veil, so to speak, and spread her wings within new and exciting projects.
The Cook Islands Catholic Community Auckland (CICCA) youth pilgrimage is visiting the island for a religious and cultural immersion during holy week and Easter.
Neatly dressed people set plates of food while men constructed the toilet block, others did a final rake, and still others hastily prepared ei maire, rocks and nu for the opening of Anaraura’s new Are kikau (traditional hut).