Katrina Tanirau

Katrina Tanirau

Twelve local chefs pulled out all the stops, producing delicious, eye catching culinary delights during the Cook Islands Culinary Championships on Friday.

A medium sized box containing illicit drugs surprises and scares staff at university campus. 

Smash driver ‘known to police’

Saturday February 22, 2020

Government MP Albert Nicholas escaped serious injury when the rental car he was in smashed into a power pole on Nikao main road.

The Vodafone mixed touch competition got off to a flying start with KAPS and Vodafone going head-to-head at Nikao fields.

WWII coastwatchers honoured

Monday February 24, 2020

Grandson calls for recognition from NZ Defence Force.

The names of 14 Cook Islands coastwatchers who served in World War II have been added to the Auckland War Memorial Museum’s online cenotaph.

No matter how good a chef you are – the joy is in cooking for others.

In order for a people to grow and thrive, it is important to know their native tongue. The good news is, there are signs of language revitalisation in the family home.

Helping boys ‘find their way’

Friday February 21, 2020

Boys and young men feature in all the wrong social statistics. Mona Ioane Jr’s uncle wants to change that.

Tropical Cyclone Vicky is brewing 400 miles to the southwest of Nassau and moving southeast at 12 knots, meaning Rarotonga can expect more rain for the next seven days.

Food hygiene scores on the doors

Thursday February 20, 2020

There are new calls by the hospitality industry to take food safety and hygiene seriously.

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