Chris Taylor

Chris Taylor

Noise issues give police a headache

Wednesday September 20, 2017

Police are being called out every weekend to turn down the music at parties whose hosts are paying no consideration to their neighbours trying to get some sleep.

Apologies for fire

Tuesday September 19, 2017

Billowing black toxic-looking fire seen burning off the end of the Ports International terminal at Avaitu wharf last Wednesday morning was not deliberately lit.

Two Cook Islanders have recently been involved in a project that is using cutting edge technology to examine coral reefs around the world.

Public service shares news

Monday September 18, 2017

A public service newsletter is set to shine the spotlight on government employees doing great work across the entire Cook Islands.

A holiday to Rarotonga recently ended badly for a Christchurch family when their three-year son was bitten by a wandering dog.

Hold onto your raffle tickets

Friday September 15, 2017

If you’re still holding onto a ticket from the Tapere Avatiu Central Committee (TACC), 2017 Monster Raffle No.1, don’t throw it away, you’re still in with a chance to win.

A $5000 donation has boosted efforts by the Cook Islands Voyaging Society to replace the burned-out starboard hull on the vaka Marumaru Atua.

Upgrade ahead for Muri road

Thursday September 14, 2017

Infrastructure Cook Islands has confirmed preliminary works have been proposed for a project to improve the main road at Muri.

Hit and run at Ruatonga

Wednesday September 13, 2017

Police want to hear from any witnesses following a hit and run incident in Ruatonga near town on Sunday morning, around 6.30am.

Cook Islands live, on Aussie TV

Wednesday September 13, 2017

For the past four days Channel Nine Australia’s breakfast show Today has been broadcasting live weather crosses from sunny Rarotonga back to over one million Australians.

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