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The Cook Islands Renewable Energy Sector Project is not only building a renewable future for our islands in terms of energy generation, it is also leading the way with its waste management practices.

New wildlife centre here soon

Saturday July 28, 2018

There’s a new wildlife centre coming soon in Arorangi where you can learn all about the birds and the bees – and the fish and the turtles and the crabs and the whales.

Continuing to inspire local students are local artists Phoebe and Kura Happ.

We featured him in an article in yesterday’s edition of CINews, but artist Clinton Hewett’s digital paintings of Aitutaki heritage stories and legends are just so good, we had to share some more with our readers today.

A new surf shop, stocking purely local Cook Islands brands, has just finished its second week in business.

Week two and Golden Wok rocks!

Saturday June 30, 2018

As their second week of business comes to a close for the newly opened Vili’s Golden Wok in Avarua, one thing is for sure: Sione Vili is a man on a food mission.

Gina’s wearable works of art

Saturday June 23, 2018

She’s been hand-painting sarongs and other clothing for decades, but it’s only recently that Titikaveka justice of the peace Gina Keenan has finally decided to make a real business out of what she has described up until now as “a little bit of a hobby on the side”.

Good progress on water upgrade

Saturday June 02, 2018

Extensive work by the McConnell Dowell construction team is progressing well at the Turangi, Avana and Papua water intake sites as part of improving Rarotonga’s water network.

Students from Tereora College visited the Bergman Gallery in Avarua yesterday morning.

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