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Joint effort for dog issue

Monday April 07, 2014

Public awareness about dog care is the focus of an upcoming campaign that hopes to tackle the problem of roaming dogs on Rarotonga.

The grounds of Avarua School will begin to be dug up today, after asbestos was found in the soil at the school.

Around 30 truckloads of soil are to be removed from Avarua School this week, after asbestos was found in the ground at the school.

Avarua Primary School will open late this year after asbestos was found in the soil and air around the school.

Asbestos found in soil at a primary school on Rarotonga will be dug up and disposed of.

Asbestos found in the air at a school in Rarotonga has sparked a larger investigation that involves every island in the Cooks.

Working with elderly and disabled Atiu residents has been a focus for a group of Kiwi students since arriving on the island last month.

No roll impact from asbestos

Thursday February 13, 2014

Fifty-one students have left Avarua School following the discovery of asbestos, but Secretary of Education Sharyn Paio said the number is not unusual.

Pukapuka barge finally on its way

Wednesday February 12, 2014

Machinery to repair Pukapuka’s dilapidated airport departed on a barge yesterday afternoon.

No change on telco stance

Monday February 10, 2014

Suggestions that Government buy a majority share of Telecom Cook Islands have been likened to “Toagate” by the Minister of Telecommunications Mark Brown.

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