Jonathan Milne

Jonathan Milne

Only three people have completed the 34 kilometre swim circumnavigation of Rarotonga. The first was New Zealand Hall of Fame swimmer Meda McKenzie followed by Rarotonga businessman Don Carlaw and Dan Abel. In what year did Don Carlaw swim around Rarotonga? Be a part of today's quiz to find out.

 

Quarantine Quiz: The Pacific

Saturday July 04, 2020

Do you know how deep is the deepest point in the Pacific Ocean? Be a part of today's quiz to find out.

As the world commemorates the abolition of slavery, leaders like Donald Trump and Scott Morrison have downplayed that brutal history. Yet there are Cook Islands families who still feel the pain. 

Principal’s roots are showing

Saturday July 04, 2020

Apii Te Uki Ou principal Mark Harris palmed off his office duties in spectacular style this week.

Police have sought a blood-test from a woman who crashed her car at Matavera, early yesterday morning.

The Barefeet Pearls netball fundraising evening is on Saturday – but why barefeet? Be a part of today's quiz to find out.

Do you remember Peter Pan? What was the name of the dog in Peter Pan? Be a part of today's quiz to find out.

Former politician Iaveta Short released a book containing record of many of the events and people who contributed to the “enthralling, difficult and politically turbulent period in the short life of a tiny island democracy”. What is the name of his book? Be a part of today's quiz to find out.

What year did the Pa Ariki palace in Ngatangiia open? Be a part of today's quiz to find out.

Football’s grassroots coaching course participants got a chance to put their skills to the test in Matavera, working with players aged from 5 to 12 years old at an after-school mini-festival.

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