Avana will be the heart of today’s vaka voyage welcome and site for the opening of the inaugural Te Manava Vaka Festival to capture the essence of the spirit of the vaka and her traditions.
Rarotonga drivers are continuing put their lives and the lives of others in danger by ignoring police warnings and road safety campaigns, says Acting Inspector Rebecca Hosking-Ellis of the Cook Islands Police Service.
With local climate change projects on track for 2015, the government is hopeful that the Cook Islands will stand a better chance at facing climate issues.
New Zealand High Commissioner Nick Hurley and his wife Christine welcomed guests to a function at High Commissioner’s residence Ngatipa on Friday evening.
The Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) has launched a new regional TV campaign to raise awareness on the harmful impacts of invasive species.