Rarotonga is expected to welcome today one of the biggest cruise ships to visit the country this year.
The standard of Cook Islands infrastructure is not up to the task of handling a significantly higher number of visitors to the country, a government report says.
Spanish company Amper SA eLandia International, Inc and AST Telecom (doing business as Bluesky Communications), have announced the resolution of a lawsuit brought by Bluesky’s former president and chief executive Adolfo Montenegro, which had been pending in the High Court of American Samoa.
A New Zealand architect who attended high school in Rarotonga has returned to work on local projects, and says he hopes to find opportunities to use modern pre-fabricated and modular construction technologies to efficiently produce buildings appropriate for the Cook Islands.
The Varo Media Country side is confident of retaining the women’s title in the 21 South Group Vaka of Origin III cricket match tomorrow.