Conor Leathley

Conor Leathley

Auditorium notches up 25 years

Friday November 24, 2017

Twenty-five years after their opening, the National Auditorium and the Te Puna Korero Complex continue to give back to the Cook Islands community as both celebrate anniversaries today.

Later this month, the under-15 Cook Islands sevens team will travel to New Zealand to again take part in one of the top age grade competitions in New Zealand, the U-15 Condor Sevens tournament.

Seven-hour battle to land giant fish

Thursday November 23, 2017

It was a titanic battle last week between man and fish, as a crew from Marlin Queen Fishing Charters and visiting angler Jason Rowe pulled in a gigantic 310kg marlin after an epic seven-hour struggle on Friday.

A resident of the Cook Islands for 37 years has decided this Christmas that he wants to make a contribution to members of the Are Pa Metua centre.

Waste audit reaches halfway

Wednesday November 22, 2017

Infrastructure Cook Islands is halfway towards its target goal of 500 homes after launching its annual waste audit last week.

With only three days to go until Vaka Eiva, the largest annual international event on the Cook Islands calendar, the Cook Islands Canoeing Association is looking forward to the culmination of a year of planning

If the Ministry of Cultural Development’s ambitious National Cultural Policy (NCP) is to succeed, Cook Islanders will first need to rediscover their sense of pride in their country, says legendary sculptor, artist and writer Mike Tavioni.

Holmes breaks record in easy win

Monday November 20, 2017

Cook Islander and Kangaroo superstar Valentine Holmes broke an Australia record when he crossed for five tries in the 48-0 quarter-final demolition of Samoa.

Is it a bird? Is it a plane?

Fish poisoning cases total 32

Monday November 20, 2017

A number of Rarotonga residents who have decided to live dangerously and dine on reef fish have suffered from ciguatera fish poisoning this year.

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