The late Les Priest will most probably be remembered on the local scene as the staunch campaigner, fighting for the rights of retirees of the “Lost Tribe.”
Anonymous sources close to the case of a baby abandoned in the Turangi area on Saturday morning have come forward to clarify the circumstances of its discovery.
Visa restriction changes impacting American tourists who call the Cook Islands “home” for six months of the year, means they can now find themselves being asked to leave by Immigration after just three months.
Tahitian band Trio Kikiriri who are on a visit to Rarotonga en route to New Zealand, will perform a one night only concert on Wednesday November 21 at the Islander Hotel.
Children sitting or standing, on the backs of trucks, toddlers not buckled up in carseats, drink-drivers, motorcyclists riding without helmets, badly potholed roads and poorly-designed carparks…
The Rotary Club of Rarotonga’s fundraising effort, which culminated with the annual Bob Boyd Memorial Golf Ambrose last weekend, raised almost $18,000.
The comparatively unusual sight of a cruise ship docked at the Port of Avatiu drew a steady stream of spectators to the wharf yesterday morning.