Government promises quality control measures to ensure future work on Te Mato Vai project is up to international standard.

Business mentors celebrate 10 years

Thursday October 31, 2019

Ana File-Heather’s inspiration to start her own business was a reality TV show. But when real life came calling, it was a business mentor who helped her make it work.

‘Pacific region a strategic hub’

Wednesday October 30, 2019

Cook Islands high commissioner to New Zealand believes that the Pacific region has become somewhat a strategic hub.

Investing in industries that can complement the thriving tourism sector is key to economic development in the Cook Islands, says Halatoa Fua.

Smiles beat luxury

Wednesday November 20, 2019

Friendly Vasco Da Gama cruise passengers Peter and Irena Macielinski were delighted to pose for a photo with Kia Orana Ambassador Aunty Nane on dry land yesterday.

OECD doesn’t see vulnerability

Wednesday November 20, 2019

The climate crisis will cause natural disasters to become ever more intense, scientists warn, so Cook Islands must call upon the Green Climate Fund to mitigate the risk. That’s according to Finance Secretary Garth Henderson, who says government can fasttrack access to the Fund if needed.

Looking for a better way than Secret Santa to say thank you to the staff who welcome this country’s guests?

MS Amsterdam, Costa Atlantica and the AIDAaura are the last three cruise ships to visit Rarotonga this year.

Winning the 2018 Air New Zealand Tourism Awards raised the profile of and Jasons Travel Media to a global scale, says director Brett Baudinet.

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