Sergeant Apolo Miria and trainee constable Patella Tou are attending the first-ever Pacific Physical Training Instructors Course (PPTIC) this week in Suva, Fiji.
Plans are in place to celebrate the Cook Islands self-proclaimed “Prince of Polynesia” as Pa Teurua’a makes his 5000th and final cross-island walk next Thursday.
When celebrity New Zealand Maori doctor Lance O’Sullivan arrives here next week for the annual Red Cross Gala Ball, in the middle of the Cook Islands general election campaign, he may have some political news of his own to share.
A Cook Islands World War I soldier who lay in an unmarked grave in Brisbane for more than eight decades was honoured at an Anzac Day ceremony last week.
Women’s Counselling Centre Punanga Tauturu is participating in a joint initiative making legal aid available for domestic violence survivors in the Cook Islands.
Two female visitors aged 56 and 70 were escorted down the Wigmore track to safety by a police officer last Thursday night after a call had been made to report their late return from mountain trekking.