Floods knock out key water mains

Saturday August 08, 2020

Severe damage to aged water mains up the Avana and Turangi valleys is cited as evidence of the urgent need to switch over to the new network.

Pride in heritage, 3000km over sea

Saturday August 08, 2020

More than 80,000 Cook Islands Maori call Aotearoa New Zealand home.

At times the stores have run out of Covid hygiene supplies, but the Red Cross is making sure prison inmates are kept as safe as possible. 

Showing aroa for our elderly

Saturday August 08, 2020

The Punanga Aroa committee is working hard to see their plan for a retirement village come to fruition, but they can’t do it alone and are calling on the community to help. 

Flooded locals ask for help

Friday August 07, 2020

A massive mop-up is underway and residents are being advised to boil their drinking water after heavy rain saturated Rarotonga. 

Judges award big beachfront home to wife in acrimonious divorce. 

Sisters continue unbroken legacy

Wednesday August 05, 2020

Apii St Joseph will commemorate the school’s 125th birthday this morning with a special cake to signify its humble beginnings.

First Vaimaanga night market

Wednesday August 05, 2020

Vaimaanga markets will open today from 3pm to 8pm at the Youth With A Mission grounds in Titikaveka – thought to be the first night market on the island for months.

Cook Islands pride was on full display at the National Auditorium yesterday for the Constitution Day , Ra Uitianga Reva.

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