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The captain of the visiting cruise ship Maasdam decided to cancel plans to bring passengers ashore by tender after becoming concerned about northerly sea swells off Avatiu early in the morning.
The Cook Islands government has welcomed Australia’s stepped-up Pacific engagement, announced by Australian prime minister Scott Morrison in Queensland yesterday of a package of cooperation and development initiatives including a new Pacific Infrastructure Financing Facility.
The director of Labour and Consumer Services (Labco) at the Ministry of Internal Affairs Sandrina Thondoo presented an updated report on Labour and Consumer Services at the Tourism Global Breakfast Update last week.
Hundreds of passengers from aboard the second cruise ship to visit Rarotonga in two days disembarked in tenders to explore the island yesterday.
Plans by Australia to donate AUD 2 billion towards infrastructure development in the Pacific were with enthusiasm yesterday by deputy prime minister and finance minister Mark Brown.
Programmes and opportunities to advance the region in sustainable principles and practices were the key lessons for Cook Islands Tourism Corporation at the 28th Council of Tourism Ministers Meeting.