Takeaways operator says she’s just a young entrepreneur trying to get a start. But she didn’t pay her bills.

The Returned Services Association is among those clamping down on motorists, as parking heats up as an issue in Rarotonga.

Matake Paruru sits quietly and gracefully in her chair and politely shrugs off questions with a soft smile. It’s hard for her to hear, but her pleasure in interacting with other people is hard to mistake.

Students combat bullying

Wednesday June 26, 2019

Bullying is one of students’ greatest concerns in their first year at high school.

Last chance to get involved in the Vaka Pride awards.

Rarotonga Security does much of its work in the dark of night.

But despite that, the role the company plays in keeping Avarua township safe from criminal activities has not gone unnoticed.

Its past five years’ work has earned the company a nomination in the prestigious Tupuranga Tangata champion award of the Vaka Pride competition.

The Cook Islands Tourism award recognises the efforts of those who keep the community clean and safe.

Small vendors at the Punanga Nui Market are wary of a proposed rent increase.

The family of Here Makita, who died in a tragic house fire, have launched a fundraising campaign to bring home his body from Australia.

About 50 local firefighters took part in a live fire exercise at the Rarotonga Airport area on Saturday morning.

Empire Cinemas have hit back at the Internal Affairs Secretary’s account of the banning of Rocketman.

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