Rashneel Kumar

Rashneel Kumar

Taking the lead

Friday December 06, 2019

Discovered floating near death, little turtle Ponu was nursed back to health by volunteers – but they thought she’d never be well enough to be released back to the ocean. Now, with a bit of local innovation, Ponu’s carers are daring to hope. 

Stage set for U16 tourney

Thursday December 05, 2019

Seven overseas teams are in Rarotonga to take on the local giants in an age group 7s tournament. 

MPs’ Crowning glory

Thursday December 05, 2019

MPs will sit this month in a 4½ star resort, because Parliament’s renovations aren’t finished.

The progress towards Paris agreement initiated four years ago will be the key issue in the United Nations Climate Conference in Madrid, Spain.

Canadian executive dies while diving

Tuesday December 03, 2019

Aitutaki locals and visitors come together to support each other, report Rashneel Kumar and Katrina Tanirau.

Master plan’ for refreshing

Monday December 02, 2019

Growers develop audacious plan to rejuvenate industry – but they need government backing to find land and labour. 

Cook Islands’ cuisine, like its language, is under threat of extinction – and local food experts say the revival needs to start now. 

Sahay sad for terror victims

Saturday November 30, 2019

The worried Cook Islands beauty queen was secured with other Miss World contestants during the nearby London terror attack. 

The Justice Ministry is willing to discuss terms around the dismissal of Arorangi Prison head Henry Heather, says his lawyer Norman George.

The Mitiaro man rebuilt his life after being paralysed in a Cook Islands bike crash; this week his family were mourning his unexpected death. Rashneel Kumar and NZ Herald report.

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