Hospitality and tourism professionals are set to impress at the highly-anticipated Salon Culinaire competition this week.

Miss Cook Islands participants are going through a development training programme in different areas including the environment, climate change and humanitarian diplomacy.

Kiwi dance movie lacks real class

Monday October 05, 2015

I had some high expectations when I visited Empire Cinema to watch Born to Dance on Thursday night, but I went away disappointed

Feathers and frocks at glitzy gala

Monday October 05, 2015

Glitzy frocks and feathered headpieces created a Mardi Gras atmosphere on the rock at the weekend as the Miss Cook Islands Association rolled out its colourful “Rio Carnivale” festival fundraiser.

Take a stroll down memory lane at the annual Rotaract Junior Spring Ball this Saturday.

Soul duo put Cooks on the map in Tahiti

Wednesday September 30, 2015

Local soul funk duo Trigger Fish are once again touring Tahiti as part of Motone Productions’ partnership with a Tahititan music production house.

More on Miss Cook Islands

Tuesday September 29, 2015

Dear Editor,

The distortions of facts and innuendos alleged by Miss Cook Islands Pageant Association in the article in Cook Islands News on September 28 require some reply.

Budding young artist takes out comp

Monday September 28, 2015

Cook Islands Bachelor of Creative Enterprise student Fe’ena Syme-Buchanan has won a UNITEC art cover competition with her detailed, fun piece ‘Conundrum’.

Palmerston pupils take trip into past

Saturday September 19, 2015

Last week the students at Palmerston Lucky School went on a field trip to learn more about their culture and heritage.

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