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Dog handler is fully qualified

Thursday May 03, 2018

Police officer Peter Pureau joined the Cook Islands Police Service canine unit only five months ago, but he is already fully qualified after graduating from the Narcotic Detector Dog Handlers Course in New Zealand this week.

The short film ‘A Boy From Rarotonga’ is set to screen at the 2018 Wairoa Maori Film Festival, being held in the Hawkes Bay, New Zealand.

A Cook Islands World War I soldier who lay in an unmarked grave in Brisbane for more than eight decades was honoured at an Anzac Day ceremony last week.

Woman died after league game

Wednesday May 02, 2018

A coroner’s report into the tragic death of Katiana Pakoti Waikato has been released in New Zealand.

Pacific Islands Forum Fisheries Agency (FFA) systems analyst Anonga Tisam is encouraging more Pacific youth to pursue careers in technology and contribute to regional projects.

Finance minister Mark Brown says the Cook Islands is unlikely to ever see the Chinese military coming in to take over the country if it is unable to repay its debts to China.

Most low-lying atolls in the Cook Islands and around the world will be uninhabitable by 2060, according to a report recently released by scientific journal Science Advances.

American allowed to leave

Friday April 27, 2018

Theran Celesta Weaver III appeared before Justice of the Peace Carmen Temata yesterday in the Cook Islands High Court. The American national was stopped from flying to Los Angeles last Friday.

OCI promises a ‘revolution’

Friday April 27, 2018

One Cook Islands (OCI) party leader Teina Bishop says his party will be bringing a “revolution” to the Cook Islands.

Voyaging leaders at summit meeting

Wednesday April 25, 2018

The Cook Islands Voyaging Society’s patron Tua Pittman attended the Ho’okele Honua Summit held in Honolulu, Hawai’i on the weekend.

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