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Red Cross youth reach new heights

Friday January 25, 2019

Red Cross youth will be in for another day of fun humanitarian focused learning today to wrap up this week’s Red Cross Youth Summer Break Social day activities.

Netball academy future-proofing

Tuesday November 13, 2018

Arming rising netball stars with the right skills and tools to enhance their own natural talents is key to developing the future of netball in the Cook Islands.

Men’s basketball in funding limbo

Friday November 09, 2018

While funding has been secured for the national women’s basketball squad to attend the Basketball Polynesia Cup in Samoa starting next weekend, the men’s squad is stuck in a funding limbo.

Cook Islands national sevens rugby stalwart and squad vice-captain Margarette Nena (pictured right) looks to create a try scoring opportunity for the local side against the Flying Fiji women’s team in the opening game of the Oceania Sevens Championships in Suva, Fiji.

Oe vaka festival set to take off

Thursday November 08, 2018

Outrigger paddlers from across the globe will soon flock to our shores for the annual Matson Vaka Eiva 2018 paddling festival.

Local contractors Landholdings Ltd have completed the Te Mato Vai project ring main, which is now “live”.

Providing a reliable and safe supply of water for the people of Rarotonga is the single biggest benefit of the Te Mato Vai project, which is flowing into reality with the new ring main and connections to businesses and residential properties now “live”.

This sign is for the birds...

Wednesday May 30, 2018

Safety is paramount when undertaking construction activities on the Te Mato Vai project.

The Cook Islands Red Cross Society continues to build strong international partnerships in order to deliver on its mission of building a resilient Cook Islands through the power of humanity.

Experts probe for lagoon issue

Monday February 19, 2018

To help find a sustainable solution to improve the Muri lagoon water quality – experts from two Australian universities are on the island conducting a series of lagoon and land based tests to build a better picture of the Muri environment.

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