A “bigger and better” blue marlin was hauled in at Avatiu Harbour yesterday.

The Pacific Community (SPC) has completed a critical expedition to monitor the health of the world’s largest tuna fishery in the Western and Central Pacific which includes the Cook Islands.

More prison wardens graduate from martial arts training to enhance their skills in controlling restraints against violent inmates or “very hard to control people”. 

Yesterday marked the end of term of Consulate General Rosaline Blake’s service in the Auckland Consulate Office.

Looking into the flames when lighting the cauldron for the opening of the Cook Islands Games, George George felt overwhelmed and became lost in thought.

‘Helmet habit saved my life’

Friday October 16, 2020

Te Ariki Tuavera is grateful for his habit of wearing a helmet whenever he gets on his motorbike.

92 years and counting …

Thursday October 15, 2020

Members receive the opportunity to offer something back to their community through Girl Guides initiative. 

Roundabout upgrade progressing well

Thursday October 15, 2020

A Landholdings Ltd staff takes a break while doing renovation work around the Avatiu roundabout and pavement area.

Work together for food security

Thursday October 15, 2020

The Ministry of Agriculture is calling on the public to work together to ensure that the threats of Covid-19 do not affect the nation’s food security.

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