Most members of Cabinet are staying on Rarotonga this week, set to discuss the latest budget policy statement tomorrow.
2015 is set to be an exciting year of learning for Cook Islands students, with fresh energy from newly recruited teachers sure to inspire island children to learn.
A visiting tourist from the UK was left stunned and in pain after being attacked at the Rehab nightclub in Avarua on Friday night.
“Painstakingly delicate,” explains Cook Islands Library and Museum Society secretary Jean Mason, of the recent preservation treatment to The Proclamation ‘E Tuatua Akakite 1891’ document that saw her accompanying the historical document to New Zealand in order to prolong the document’s shelf life.
The Chinese ambassador to the Cook Islands, Wang Lutong, will attend a handover ceremony for heavy machinery and pearl industry equipment at the Punanga Nui market on Wednesday this week.