Melina Etches

Melina Etches

Tennis is getting back into a post-Covid groove.

The financial services industry has presented a seminar at Tereora College to engage students and encourage them to stay at school and continue on to university. 

One in four people in Cook Islands live with a disability, according to the last census. That is part of the reason the National Disability Council fights for an inclusive and just Cook Islands in which the human rights of those with disabilities are realised. 

Dr Koekoe Mokotupu laid to rest

Tuesday June 30, 2020

Renowned doctor was remembered for his commitment to his family, his faith and his medical profession.

There are new calls for a Maori name for this country, coinciding with Pa Ariki’s 30th anniversary celebrations. 

Fire truck damaged

Saturday June 27, 2020

A Teimorimotia fire truck at the Takitumu fire rescue station was damaged when called out to attend a hill side fire at Tupapa.

Humble nun laid to rest

Friday June 26, 2020

St Joseph’s Cathedral was filled yesterday morning for Sister Teresa (Selina) Momoyalewan of St Joseph of Cluny. 

Creating ripples

Thursday June 25, 2020

Young Darius Allsworth has set his sights on representing the Cook Islands in swimming. 

Pauro Arnold and Pupuke Robati had planned to head out on Ikurangiy yesterday and catch yellowfin tuna for hungry locals, enough to pay for their fuel bill, then spend the day chasing wahoo.

Titikaveka MP Selina Napa raised the issue of the excessive number of government land cruiser vehicles on the roads and likened this to “showcasing power and status”.

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