Businesswoman June Baudinet (nee Taringa), who was crowned Miss Rarotonga in 1960 as a sweet sixteen-year old, on Saturday night showed Miss Cook Islands 2015 contestants how to strut their stuff when she and fellow former Miss Cook Islands took to the stage to support this year’s event.
Flowing gowns, coloured lights, live music, a large supportive crowd and 12 stunning contestants made the launch of Miss Cook Islands 2015 on Saturday night one of the most glamorous events on the island so far this year.
COOK ISLANDERS will soon get a chance to have their say on a piece of legislation set to radically change the way domestic violence is tackled in this country.
Sexual orientation is one of the top five reasons youth ring the help line, alongside pregnancy and relationship breakups.
Land owners of an area between Avaavaroa and Kauare in Titikaveka have come out in overwhelming support of the Te Mato Vai Project reaching their land.