About 100 passionate protestors took over Rarotonga yesterday afternoon to push back against the government and call for a total ban on purse seine fishing in Cook Islands waters.
Eight Cook Islands dancers showcased their love for their culture taking to the national auditorium stage in stunning costumes to wow a moderate-sized crowd.
The Prime Minister held an extra Cabinet meeting for the week on Thursday to start looking at the first draft of the 2015/2016 national budget and Te Mato Vai landowner objections.
A controversial referendum has resulted in Aitutaki residents voting in favour of banning Sunday flights to the island.
A protest march against purse seining in Cook Islands waters is expected to attract a large crowd when it starts at Avarua harbour at 4.30pm today.