Chris Taylor

Chris Taylor

The boat has sailed, but retired Victorian policeman and Rarotongan local Rod Henderson is demanding answers about the disappearance of a woman that went missing from the yacht Zangano over 12 months ago, and is now presumed dead.

Tiare Taporo case adjourned

Wednesday November 01, 2017

Following pressure on Tiare Taporo owners Pacific Schooners Ltd, to prove the previously immobile vessel was able to leave the port under its own power in the event of an emergency, the company is now under another court deadline to meet a creditors’ compromise.

Zangano sails into more strife

Tuesday October 31, 2017

Police patrol boat Te Kukupa was sent on a search and rescue operation on Sunday morning after a distress signal was made by the skipper of the yacht Zangano.

Little did carver Chauncey Flay know last year when he took a couple of pieces of coral back to New Zealand last year to experiment with, that it would draw him back to Rarotonga again for a once in a life-time opportunity to exhibit his work with leading Cook Islands artist Mike Tavioni.

Rarotonga Gospel Day just heavenly

Sunday October 29, 2017

As the nation enjoyed a public holiday on Thursday, many hundreds of devoted CICC members turned out to celebrate Gospel Day at Teimurimotia Park.

Top cop honoured for courage

Sunday October 29, 2017

Police commissioner Maara Tetava was honoured for his courage and leadership at a special ceremony on Wednesday morning.

Sergeant Chris Cantwell of the Australian Federal Police handed over the keys of a brand new Toyota Land Cruiser truck to deputy prime minister Teariki Heather at a formal Cook Island Police Service ceremony at Avarua headquarters on Wednesday morning.

Wear purple to help fight polio

Wednesday October 25, 2017

This Friday, Rotary Cook Islands is championing a local effort to help end world polio.

It’s a waterfall again!

Tuesday October 24, 2017

After recent heavy rain, Wigmore’s waterfall was flowing nicely again over the weekend.

FIU intercepts range of crimes

Tuesday October 24, 2017

The Cook Islands Financial Supervisory Commission’s Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) are consistently thwarting transnational and locally based anti-money laundering and fraud crimes, as well as potentially countering the financing of overseas terrorism.

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