Outer Islands

India supports Mangaia

Wednesday February 21, 2018

The Mangaia Island Government (MIG) has secured financial assistance in the form of a grant by the Government of India for the purchase and supply of two 7000 litre tanks for a water trailer.

They’re modelling on Aitutaki

Monday February 12, 2018

A three-member team from the National Environment Service (NES) is travelling to Aitutaki today to map the island and construct a three-dimensional model of it during a week-long community workshop.

Prominent members of the Atiu community hope the successor to the Rongomatane throne will act as a role model for young Atiuans to come home.

Trip to Pukapuka is smooth sailing

Friday February 09, 2018

The Lady Moana departed for Palmerston and Pukapuka yesterday afternoon with 22 passengers aboard, ahead of warnings, later dropped, that Rarotonga could encounter heavy swells and high winds severe enough to require evacuation of the harbour by today.

Looking good on Pukapuka

Thursday February 08, 2018

Expat teacher Robert Collie left for Pukapuka yesterday for another exciting academic year at Apii Niua.

Cook Islands Trading Corporation Limited (CITC) handed over two recycle centres for two schools in the northern islands group earlier this week.

Stricken ship washed into harbour

Thursday February 08, 2018

Stranded cargo vessel Moana Nui has been washed off the reef in Nassau and is now blocking the entrance to the island’s harbour as bad weather pounds the northern group island.

Trip to Penryhn proves problematic

Wednesday February 07, 2018

A shark researcher is one of several people stranded on Rarotonga because of the lack of a regular shipping service to Penrhyn.

Atiuans give thanks for funeral help

Tuesday February 06, 2018

The secretary of the Atiu community has extended a big meitaki to all of those who help organise the funeral of the late Ada Teaupurepure Rongomatane Ariki.

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