Tens of thousands of news articles were published about China’s unmanned space station as it tumbled out of control back to Earth this weekend.
Construction plans for stage two of the Te Mato Vai project are on target, with the Turangi intake the first site for construction, signalling a major milestone being reached.
Translated, “mana tiaki” basically means being a guardian or caretaker of something.
And in this case, the local mana tiaki programme is all about being a guardian of our local environment.
A new web portal designed to provide the latest information on measures set out to conserve and manage Pacific fisheries was launched last week.
Director of Climate Change Cook Islands, Wayne King says the costing of climate change was a big topic of discussion with the New Zealand delegation during their “Pacific Reset” mission to the Cook Islands and other Pacific Islands recently.
The Water, Waste, and Sanitation Unit of the Ministry of Infrastructure Cook Islands (WATSAN) is warning local residents to get their drinking water from approved water stations around the island.
Days of heavy rain on Rarotonga have led to 10 out of the 12 water intakes around the island being blocked by debris, says the Water, Waste, and Sanitation Unit of the Ministry of Infrastructure Cook Islands (WATSAN).