It’s been many years since the Cook Islands Game Fishing Club last organised and held a Mamas (and Papas) Reef Fishing Competition.

Prime minister Henry Puna left for Manihiki yesterday to celebrate Te Maeva Nui on the island.

Planting’s her passion

Monday July 24, 2017

Energetic young farmer Rourumaru Papatua from Mangaia can usually be found in the early hours of the morning working in her family taro plantation or her vegetable plantations.

The Parliamentary Select Committee for the Crimes Bill 2017 will meet today to receive the first two public submissions on the bill.

CIs to contest NZ election

Monday July 24, 2017

IN a move that could prove pivotal in gaining more seats in parliament, the Maori Party now has strong Pasifika backing, announcing last week in Auckland that six candidates of Pacific Islands descent will stand in the September New Zealand general election.

Visitors claim rugby tour

Monday July 24, 2017

Tereora College went down to the visiting Malvern College from the United Kingdom in a double header at the BCI Stadium on Thursday.

Depopulation is a word that is bandied around a lot and I, too, have sometimes been caught up in the talk around what this means for us as a country.

After a long 12-week term, schools across the island have finally finished their last week for the term.

An article recently published in the scientific journal Marine Policy, highlighted that up to 70 million tourist trips annually are made to locations that benefit to some degree from coral reefs.

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