The owners of a Rarotonga holiday home have apologised to a former guest Bridie Henderson after pressure from Cook Islands Tourism – but other guests say they too are owed apologies.
Tourists and locals alike will enter Cook Islands waters safe in the knowledge some of the world’s best life guards are watching over them.
Critical head injuries to two young men have sparked renewed calls for a review of helmet laws and dog control.
Traditional leaders have announced they are broadly in support of chlorinating Rarotonga’s water supply.
Investigators have not ruled out arson as the cause of a fire that gutted a three-bedroom house in Vaimaanga.