Bishop in line to be next Prime Minister

Bishop in line to be next Prime Minister

One Cook Islands leader Teina Bishop could be the leader of a Government in the making if a coalition between One Cook Islands and the Democratic Party is accepted, ending the reign of the Cook Islands Party.

It’s not colourful, but the news gets out

There’s a very old joke that involves something about newspapers being “black and white and read all over.”

Big party celebrates milestone

As the Cook Islands get ready to celebrate 50 years of self-government, plans for a year-long party are in full swing.

November Tourist numbers down

The busy tourist season is winding down with November tourist numbers showing a decline in visitors, mainly driven by a fall in the number of Australians coming here.

Hymn book to help preserve culture

After a month on Rarotonga researching for a project to publish a book of Penrhyn island hymns and folk songs – talented musician Matthew Gifford believes he can, with financial support, bring his project to life.

National

Christmas buzz brings crowds to town

Christmas buzz brings crowds to town

Christmas buzz brings crowds to town

Christmas buzz brings crowds to town

Christmas buzz brings crowds to town

Christmas buzz brings crowds to town

Christmas buzz brings crowds to town

Christmas buzz brings crowds to town

Christmas buzz brings crowds to town

Christmas buzz brings crowds to town

Christmas buzz brings crowds to town

Christmas buzz brings crowds to town

Sport

Tough tennis battles on day one

Tough tennis battles on day one

Tough tennis battles on day one

Tough tennis battles on day one

Tough tennis battles on day one

Tough tennis battles on day one

Tough tennis battles on day one

Tough tennis battles on day one

Opinion

Smokies: Waste of money!

Smokies: Waste of money!

Smokies: Waste of money!

Features

Tarekareka 2015 - Our People, Our Music

Tarekareka 2015 - Our People, Our Music

Tarekareka 2015 - Our People, Our Music