A twin-engined Air Rarotonga Embraer Bandeirante with 11 passengers on board suffered an engine failure on departure from Aitutaki last Tuesday evening.
The International Federation Of Body Building (IFBB) South Pacific Oceania competition starts today with pre- judging from 9am at the National Auditorium.
A special service to mark the centenary of the armistice that ended World War One and to honour the 500 Cook Islanders who served in World War One, will be held at the cenotaph outside the Ministry of Justice building on Sunday, November 11.
An Airport Authority spokesperson has revealed an Air New Zealand jet was forced to abandon two attempted landings before finally touching down at Rarotonga International Airport on Tuesday afternoon.
When they are not tackling blazes, a group of hardy volunteer firefighters from the Puaikura brigade are setting their sights high – 51 storeys up Auckland’s Sky Tower.
The Returned and Services Association is asking for help in trying to find families for their “orphan” headstones of World War One soldiers.
There were fewer people than usual at this year’s annual pre-cyclone season thanksgiving service at the National Auditorium on Sunday night – and the reason was the weather.