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Kia Orana e Tama,
On Sunday 10 th November 2019, the Cook Islands Religious Advisory Church Council held a service for the people of the Cook Islands to come together and pray as we are in the hurricane season, asking for God’s protection and abundance of blessings.
The Democratic Party candidate for the Tengatangi-Areora-Ngatiarua constituency in Atiu, June Baudinet, is to be commended for her courage to accept and stand in the by-election. She has been selected by a strong core group of concerned Atiuans with very strong moral and ethical values, wanting to reinstitute the mana and economy of their society, which has sadly been in decline for a number of years.
So sad!! These young entrepreneurs started their business with pure intentions and heart, but maybe needed to sit back and do all the paperwork first.
After we recovered from total blackout following the All Blacks’ defeat by England, most of us Cook Islanders turned to our old rugby nemesis South Africa, to knock the daylights out of the arrogant Poms.
Me ka tika iakoe e te Etita o te Cook Islands News kia tuku atu koe I taku pepa ki roto I taau nuti pepa no apopo i te Maanakai
Fifty years ago on November 10, 1969 the National Bank of New Zealand opened for business in Avarua in premises adjacent to the Post Office.
Kia orana editor,
There used to be a lovely convention here in Rarotonga, that no building or structure was allowed to be built higher than a coconut tree.