Vaipae-Tautu voters will cast their votes in Aitutaki today, not only to choose their own leader, but have a say in the future of the Cook Islands government.
It was like a scene from a Disney movie on Saturday as 14 teams (pictured above) raced around Avarua with a Rotaract Club member in tow, on the hunt for their Easter eggs.
The New Zealand Aid Programme yesterday entered into a new partnership with the Cook Islands Government to provide $450,000 for maritime safety initiatives in the Cook Islands.
Prime Minister Henry Puna will talk regional development with Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop during her quick stop in Rarotonga today.
The Cook Islands Tertiary Training Institute hosted what is believed to be the first ever tyre-changing competition in Rarotonga last Thursday.