Katrina Tanirau

Katrina Tanirau

Having faith at Easter

Thursday April 09, 2020

Tomorrow on Good Friday one tradition will continue amid all the change: local Catholics will walk around Rarotonga with the Cross – just with some adaptations.

A Rarotonga grower is encouraging locals to go back to basics and is giving away free soil to households so they can learn how to live off the land until the economy picks up and tourists return.

Coronavirus, unlike the current same-sex law, doesn't discriminate against LGBT+ people.

Keep calm and carry on

Wednesday April 08, 2020

With school holidays extended for another two weeks the Ministry of Education gives reassurances to students sitting NCEA this year and promises to keep them informed every step of the way.

The world is at war against a silent enemy we now know as Covid-19.

For as long as he’s been a builder Reikorangi Ellison, above left,  dreamed of moving home to Rarotonga and starting his own construction company.

Life has dealt another blow to three-year-old Dominic Joseph-Kura and his family, as they prepare for another liver transplant.

Beware of Covid-19 web scams

Saturday March 28, 2020

With the Covid-19 pandemic bringing the world to a standstill, cyber-criminals are trying to capitalise.

$10,000 fine for posting misinformation about the coronavirus on Facebook.

Parliament lowers drink-drive limit and makes helmet mandatory, in robust debate. 

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