Jonathan Milne

Jonathan Milne

‘These are your waters’

Monday November 25, 2019

Local girls fearless in rough seas, leading from start to finish. Harvie Allison and Jonathan Milne report.

Heavy rain yesterday afternoon cleared the streets of Vaka Eiva visitors and sparked fears among those who homes and businesses were flooded earlier this month.

Though they are similar sizes and populations, the islands of Waiheke and Rarotonga are very different. Rarotonga has its famous azure lagoons, its warm and cohesive community and its centuries-old cultural heritage.

The Raro Rennie family are pleased for Dave Rennie’s elevation to Australia coach – as long as he understands they will always support the All Blacks. 

Times were, an English gentlemen who ran down a beggar in the street with his horse and trap could get off by pleading that he was under the influence of gin.

Columnist ‘fair and balanced’

Thursday November 14, 2019

As a girl, the importance of community service was instilled in Jaewynn McKay.

Today we remember that at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918, the British-led Allies and the German-led Triple Alliance signed an Armistice to end the Great War.

Woman found by bike crash

Monday November 11, 2019

Police suspect alcohol was involved in an unusual motorbike accident.

When Charlie Quarter was a six-year-old living among the copra plantations of Manuae, the boat would come only once every four months.

Cook Islands needs better disease surveillance, bio-security and border controls, say experts. 

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