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Honour guard for former JP

Saturday May 26, 2018

The Cook Islands Police Service formed an honour guard along the main street of Avarua yesterday afternoon to farewell and pay tribute to the late Dora Harrington, whose funeral procession was preceded by officers on two of the service’s new motorcycles.

Schools in Rarotonga took part in this year’s Pink Shirt Day on Friday, to show their support for spreading kindness and putting a stop to bullying.

The first stall I visited at the market last week was Te Vara Nui, located near the BSP ATM.

Global Fibre8 Limited, an international supplier of building materials based in New Zealand, allegedly owes a number of Cook Islanders a “substantial amount” of money.

Farewell Xela, welcome Hoss

Wednesday May 23, 2018

It was a bittersweet moment for the Cook Islands Police Service as they farewelled drug-detection dog Xela and welcomed Hoss in a special ceremony held at the Police Headquarters on Monday.

Global Fibre8 Limited, an international supplier of building materials based in New Zealand, is facing legal action for selling faulty products.

The Cook Islands Red Cross Society continues to build strong international partnerships in order to deliver on its mission of building a resilient Cook Islands through the power of humanity.

On my regular visit to the Punanga Nui last Saturday I called at Michele’s Café, located at one of the market entrances near the popular SPCA Op Shop.

A retired couple from Belgium on a four-year, round-the-world sailing trip arrived in Rarotonga aboard their catamaran “Jambote” on Wednesday afternoon, having torn their mainsail on the trip from Papeete in Tahiti.

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