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Cookies in World Youth Day in Panama

Saturday January 26, 2019

Twelve youth members from the Cook Islands Saint Joseph's Cathedral Avarua parish are currently in Panama attending the 15th International World Youth Day celebrations.

Saving lives in fires is to get a little easier for the Volunteer Teimurimotia brigade with Rarotonga’s first aerial-ladder truck set to be introduced to its vehicle line-up.

Red Cross youth reach new heights

Friday January 25, 2019

Red Cross youth will be in for another day of fun humanitarian focused learning today to wrap up this week’s Red Cross Youth Summer Break Social day activities.

James Talbot is inspiring a lot of people even before beginning the challenge of walking the 3200-kiloemtre length of New Zealand to raise funds for the Creative Centre in Rarotonga.

Council proud of female MPs

Friday January 25, 2019

Cook Islands National Council of Women has welcomed the election of Agnes Armstrong as the newest Member of Parliament (MP).

Brothers show the way to save

Wednesday January 23, 2019

Saving every year is an initiative that Cook Island brothers Robert and Ronald George have put their minds to with a passion.

Catechists end training on Raro

Wednesday January 23, 2019

A two-week catechist-training workshop hosted at the Saint Joseph’s Cathedral this month successfully ended on Sunday.

Tougher residency rules

Tuesday January 15, 2019

Qualifying for permanent residence in the Cook Islands will become more rigorous under proposed new immigration rules, but the processing of applications will be more efficient and streamlined.

The thick black smoke coming from a building in the Rarotonga international airport area was in fact from a brand new incinerator, confirmed the Airport Authority chief executive officer Joseph Ngamata.

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