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    Reyon Kay looks to make mark at Winter Olympics for NZ

    Reyon Kay is the only Cook Islander to competing at the Winter Olympic Games this year. The Olympic debutant looks to make his mark on the world stage in the hopes to inspire others. Our reporter Moana Makapelu Lee, spoke with Kay after his race in PyeongChang.

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    Celebrating Cook Island Language Week

    Cook Island Language week has kicked off with a formal opening at the Auckland War Memorial Museum.

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    Brother Love to be honoured at Pacific Music Awards

    Renowned Cook Islands music icon, Rahui Vaka, more commonly known as Brother Love, will be presented the Manukau Institute of Technology Lifetime Achievement Award at the upcoming Vodafone Pacific Music Awards.

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    Spanish Vessels not welcome in Cook Island waters

    A controversial agreement has been signed between the European Union and the Cook Islands that will allow Purse Seine fishing vessels 7,000 tonnes of skipjack tuna per annum to be taken from Cook Islands' waters.

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    Native Affairs- A Culinary Voyage

    In Rarotonga Native Affairs met Ngāpuhi chef Sam Timoko. Sam has a unique recipe for success. He's passing on his culinary skills to young, local chefs and taking charge of the food stores on-board traditional waka, sailing around the Pacific. Mātai Smith explains.

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    Native Affairs- Poster Boy

    This year marks a hundred years since our troops were involved in the Battle of the Somme. The First World War centenary has helped highlight the close connection between Māori and Pacific Islanders in combat. One Cook Island soldier who served with the Māori Pioneer Battalion has been singled out in a very special way.  Wena Harawira reports.

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    Success for Ruamata OCC in Rarotonga

    Ruamata OCC have been together since 2007 and that same year they came away with a gold medal at their first nationals appearance. Since then they've competed at numerous competitions including the Vaka Eiva this year. 

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    Kīngitanga to consider land development in the Cook Islands

    The King Movement will look at land development opportunities in the Cook Islands.  This comes as part of their new cultural covenant partnership with their polynesian relatives.

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    King Movement forms new cultural partnership with Cook Islands

    A new cultural partnership was formalised between the King Movement and the Cook Islands today through the signing of a covenant at Tūrangawaewae Marae in Ngāruawāhia. 

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    Kīngitanga forms cultural partnership with Cook Islands

    A new cultural partnership has been formalised between The King Movement and the Cook Islands today, through the signing of a covenant at Tūrangawaewae Marae in Ngāruawāhia.  

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