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Criminal and civil court matters are resuming later this month, through video conferencing between Cook Islands and New Zealand.

GOING LOCAL: Royale Takitumu is to reopen with a new focus on philanthropy and the environment, as Cook Islands reinvents its tourism. 

A man freed from prison on probation is now back doing community service, after being found by police out drinking and clubbing.

Turning on the tap

Tuesday July 07, 2020

Aitutaki Tautu water gallery was commissioned last week by Infrastructure Minister Robert Tapaitau.

Supporting Pa Enua farmers

Monday July 06, 2020

Government is working with supermarkets and growers in a bid to support agriculture in the Pa Enua. 

Teanahera was told the big round thing is a crystal ball – now she knows what it really is! 

Next month police will begin enforcing the motorbike helmet law. There is one person who knows the importance of a helmet better than anyone. 

Te Are Manu is unable to provide services for the Pa Enua until they receive some sponsorship and have more vets at the clinic.

Bare Feet Pearls

Thursday July 02, 2020

Netball Cook Islands is holding a huge celebration and fundraiser with the theme ‘Bare Feet Pearls’ this Saturday, highlighting the achievements of the netball Pearls Team. Kopu Anguna of Netball Cook Islands says the celebration will highlight the netball teams win – 2019 team of the year award, gold medal at the Pacific Games, as well as their captain Luciana Nicholas who received Woman in Sport award. The event will be at the Club Raro Resort from 5pm-8pm, with $40 per person. There are spot prizes to win, entertainment with a live band and provided with a BBQ meal.

Lagoons pristine, streams stagnant

Wednesday July 01, 2020

Ministry of Marine Resources says half of Rarotonga’s streams are dried up or stagnant.

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