Sarah Wilson

Sarah Wilson

Sarah Wilson is a General Reporter for Cook Islands News, based Rarotonga, Cook Islands. She has previously worked as a student reporter for NewsWire, Cook Straight News and Kapi-mana News. She has a diploma in Multimedia Journalism and is a graduate of Whitireia. 

Film screening promotes equality

Saturday November 07, 2015

The Cook Islands Ministry of Education is joining a New Zealand movement to create a more equal society for people with disabilities and the elderly.

De-sexing programme on hold

Saturday November 07, 2015

Raising $120,000 isn’t the only thing holding back a mass sterilisation drive for the dogs of Rarotonga.

Countdown begins to beauty pageant

Saturday November 07, 2015

The countdown to the Miss Pacific Islands Pageant has begun with just one month to go before contestants begin to arrive in the Cook Islands.

Lagoon Day a chance to really learn

Friday November 06, 2015

More than 1,000 students and adults attended Lagoon Day last month, soaking up as much knowledge as possible during the recent two-day event. 

The Cook Islands Tourism Corporation is calling on the government to make a decision on the future of controversial Sunday flights to Aitutaki.

Tourism welcomes new blood

Tuesday November 03, 2015

A new group of passionate individuals have been charged with the task of leading tourism in the Cook Islands towards a brighter future.

Creative Centre to join film festival

Tuesday November 03, 2015

The Creative Centre will begin filming a documentary on Monday for submission in the United Nations Enable Film Festival in New York.

De factos recognised?

Monday November 02, 2015

The Asian Development Bank has called on the Cook Islands to finally recognise de facto relationships to advance gender equality in the country.

Public to air views on whale policy

Monday November 02, 2015

The public has the chance to make their opinions known on the Draft Whale Sanctuary Policy this week at a consultation meeting.

Two big cruise ships have already been and gone from The Rock in recent days as plans are well underway for more marketing and promotion of the Cook Islands as a cruise destination. 

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