Jaimie Keay

Jaimie Keay

With Te Maeva Nui celebrations just around the corner, Nukutere College students took part in their annual cultural competition on Tuesday night.

French navy visiting Rarotonga

Thursday July 19, 2018

In amongst many different vessels of all shapes and sizes coming and going at Avatiu Wharf this week, the French naval vessel Bougainville has called into port for a goodwill visit to the Cook Islands.

The Ministry of Marine Resources started a three-day consultation on the Cook Islands Aquaculture Development Plan this Tuesday.

No change after Mauke recount

Thursday July 19, 2018

There is no change in the result of the Mauke electorate following a recount of votes cast in the June 14 general election.

Cook Islands are still in the hunt for a win in the OFC U16 Championship Qualifier held in Tonga.

Final X Country race today

Wednesday July 18, 2018

The final race of this year’s Rarotonga X Country series sets off later this afternoon.

For their annual Tapere Challenge, Apii Nikao students were joined by their counterparts from Rakahanga School to take part in the sporting action.

Pearls off to a storming start

Tuesday July 17, 2018

Defending champions the Titikaveka Pearls signalled their intentions to reclaim their premier title after a winning start in the opening round of this year’s Rising Stars netball tournament.

Tarome’s Learning Centre has introduced the Makaton sign language system, used to help children with communication.

Two Cook Islands schools took part in a Chinese language competition organised through the University of the South Pacific.

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