The reign of current Miss Cook Islands Teuira Napa will be celebrated, and new contestants will be introduced at a “Fashion and Art Extravaganza” tomorrow night.
The government has been accused of making a highly irregular payment to up to 10 Manihikians when the Land Court here declined to release land compensation funds held on behalf of Tauhunu landowners.
After a two-year investigation into One Cook Islands Party leader Teina Bishop, the former government minister will have his day in court in October.
Disgruntled Rarotonga residents have hit out strongly at the Cook Islands Meteorological Service for the lack of warning about the bad weather which hit Rarotonga on Monday and Tuesday.
An Arorangi landmark is no more after high winds blew down an ornamental ficus tree at the front of Friendly Mart in the early hours of yesterday morning.