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Cook IslanderTeremoana Tauira says he is humbled to have been awarded the New Zealand Queens Service Medal (QSM), in the New Year’s Honours list, announced on Monday (CI time)

Countdown to big night out on Raro

Tuesday December 31, 2019

Fireworks, dance parties, great food – and something for the children too.

It’s all go on the island tonight, as Rarotonga counts down from 2019 into the New Year.

The Cook Islands Parliament has donated the ten volumes of “Consolidated laws of the Cook Islands” from 1965 to 1994 to the Cook Islands National Library – Te Runanga Puka.

Acting Library manager Odile Urirau said the donation would help to support the core function of the national library.

Meeting their long lost brother Ngatokoa Mairaro for the first time was an emotional for the rest of Mama Tara Vavia Tereroa’s children at the family’s first reunion on Aitutaki.

Traditional symbols tell story of a life well lived.

Olomana Departure Delayed

Friday December 27, 2019

The cargo ship Olomana docked at Avatiu harbour on Sunday morning with the help of a fishing charter boat, rather than a tug boat.

TMV pipes to be reused

Friday December 20, 2019

Pipes removed in the remedial project will be recycled here and in Fiji. 

The pipes being replaced as part of the remedial work in Rarotonga’s multi-million dollar water project will be recycled, says the project management unit.

With Christmas fast approaching, Rarotonga’s stores and businesses are humming with activity.

PM dodges bullet on pageant question

Thursday December 19, 2019

Prime Minister Henry Puna has refused to be drawn into a debate on the country’s well-known pageant dispute.

The large crowd of children gathered at the Nikao tennis courts in the mornings is an encouraging indication that they’re keen to learn to play the popular sport.

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