Chris Taylor

Chris Taylor

If it’s possible to love a building, it was certainly proven on Wednesday morning, when around 150 people turned out to celebrate the 60th anniversary of “Te Rua O Te Tonga,” the tapere’s meeting house, and the many memories with which it has blessed the local community over the years.

Drug detection dogs lap up training

Thursday October 19, 2017

The Cook Islands Police Service drug detection dogs are being put through their paces this week.

Police mark anniversary of shootings

Thursday October 19, 2017

The Cook Islands Police Service yesterday morning marked the anniversary of the shooting tragedy that claimed the lives of three people in Vaimaanga in October 2016.

Donation is not so ‘mini’

Wednesday October 18, 2017

Wishing each of girls the best of luck in their upcoming beauty pageants, Polynesian Rentals have donated $3,000 to Miss Cook Islands, Alanna Smith, Miss Cook Islands International Salis Tuaputa, and Miss Earth Cook Islands Mona Taio, who is already in the Philippines for her campaign.

Injured girl now ‘stable’

Tuesday October 17, 2017

The 10-year-old girl critically injured in a car crash on Saturday morning near the Avarua Cook Islands Christian Church, is no longer in intensive care, and is in a stable condition.

Barge yet to be used

Tuesday October 17, 2017

The Ports Authority Aitutaki barge that arrived in Arutunga wharf over two weeks ago is yet to be used for transporting cargo.

Introducing the real ‘Moana’

Monday October 16, 2017

A HEADSTAND on a floating paddle board… “No way!”

Exercise puts Aitutaki on alert

Friday October 13, 2017

EMERGENCY workers responded in a multi-agency coordinated emergency response exercise run by the Aitutaki Airport Authority on Tuesday afternoon.

Weight loss plan a ‘winner’

Tuesday October 10, 2017

STRUGGLING for breath while bending over to tie his shoe laces was a life - defining moment for Thomas Wynne.

“Does anyone ever win these things?”

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