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Nov 17, 2015

COOK Islands News, Nov 17, 2015

Memorial service for Paris victims

suva – A memorial service was held at the French Ambassador’s residence in Fiji yesterday morning to commemorate and pay tribute to the lives of more than 120 victims of the terrorist attacks in Paris.

Cyclone damaged reef system

SAIPAN – A new report confirms Typhoon Soudelor exacted damage to reef off Saipan in the Northern Marianas, with substantial coral bleaching.

Fiji owed tens of millions

SUVA – The Fiji opposition says the United Nations owes Fiji tens of millions of dollars and should pay up.

Aussie men, Fijiana sevens teams through to Rio
AUCKLAND – Australia and Fiji have won the men’s and women’s titles at the Oceania Sevens Championship in clinical fashion to seal their spot at next year’s Olympics

Couple drown in kayaking tragedy

A German couple’s Rarotongan holiday turned to tragedy after their bodies were found in the Papua passage in Vaimaanga on Sunday afternoon.

Leaders add weight to fishing protest

Traditional leaders of the Koutu Nui have thrown their weight behind NGOs and community groups opposed to granting the European Union four purse seining licenses to fish in Cook Islands waters.

Fuel prices reduced

The Price Tribunal has announced price reductions in all three fuel commodities - petrol, diesel and LPG.

Turangi ends long drought to make it into cricket final

The wait is over for Turangi as the side is set to make The Computer Man men’s cricket competition grand final after eight long years.
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