Melina Etches

Melina Etches

Sale ban is to save reef fish

Friday September 06, 2019

Manihiki has banned the transportation of reef fish to Rarotonga for sale.

The warrants of Takitumu Vaka voluntary police constables have not been renewed.

No spots on these sports kids

Thursday September 05, 2019

As parents pull their children out of the massive AIMS Games amid fears of a measles outbreak, the Cook Islands team is resolute.

King to host meeting of NZ and CI Maori

Thursday September 05, 2019

Maori King Tuheitia Potatau Te Wherowhero from Tainui, his wife Makau Ariki Atawhai, family and delegation departed our shores yesterday afternoon after a week’s visit, on his first official trip to the country.

Father alleges police assault

Thursday September 05, 2019

A young dad claims he was assaulted by an officer who locked him up behind bars.

Takitumu Back at School

Wednesday September 04, 2019

Apii Takitumu came alive again yesterday, with colour and noise and squeals of delight from the students playing in the school yard on their morning tea break.

Cook Islands born and raised Leandro Vakatini led his King’s College team to an historic victory in the Auckland First XV Rugby 1A Finals in New Zealand.

St Joseph’s Primary school has received a donation of $1,719.80 from Prime Foods suppliers Grandpa Sausages and Fresha Exports that will be used to purchase a reading resource kit.

LGBTQI vision of equality

Tuesday September 03, 2019

“Equality for all” is the vision of the Te Tiare association, the Cook Islands Rainbow group.

The Public Health national cleaning campaign or Tutaka, with the mission to safeguard against diseases transmitted by mosquitos, such as dengue, was held last month with several issues discovered and reported.

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