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Rename push boosts profile

Saturday March 09, 2019

The recently reborn push to change the name of the Cook Islands has received unprecedented worldwide media coverage.

With the one single aim to raise $300,000 for the Creative Centre in Rarotonga, experienced hiker James Talbot is not letting any negative comments get in the way of his ambition.

The campaign theme for today’s International Women’s day is #BalanceforBetter, this means Balance for Better in all areas politically, economically and socially.

Line markings for 30 parking spaces have been completed at the Avatiu Wharf marina area this week.

It was rest day for Creative Trail walker James Talbot at Ashburton, New Zealand yesterday.

Ash Wednesday on Raro

Thursday March 07, 2019

Students of Nukutere College and Saint Joseph’s Primary School gathered at the Saint Joseph’s Cathedral in Avarua to mark Ash Wednesday.

The Cook Islands Music Association (CIMA) are hosting a concert tonight that will feature the Te Mire Atu composer’s competitions first three overall winner’s songs at the Hula bar.

Name change no easy task

Thursday March 07, 2019

The supporters backing the name change for the Cook Islands will face an uphill battle in achieving their landmark goal.

James Talbot made it to his next billet at Rakaia Gorge Road walking 14.2 kilometres in 5.25 hours from Comyns Hut.

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