The 2015 Mire Tiare Festival of Flowers came to an end following an entertaining ceremony held at the National Auditorium on Friday.
The Rarotonga Enviroment Authority has rejected a controversial proposal to build an over-the-reef pipeline to supply fuel to Rarotonga.
There is trouble in paradise for the One Cook Islands and Democratic Party coalition, with One Cook Islands severing ties with the main Opposition Party.
Visiting paddlers are keen to return to next year’s Matson Vaka Eiva to be part of yet another year of festivity.
This story is the last in a series about the Family Law Bill 2015, which if passed by parliament, could drastically change the way child protection and domestic violence issues are dealt with in the Cook Islands. This story covers the relationship, separation and support aspects of the Bill. CI News thanks Secretary of Internal Affairs Bredina Drollet for making the series possible.