More than 800 dogs have been desexed on Rarotonga over the past four months as part of an SPCA sterilising and microchipping programme.
The Cook Islands is about to become part of an astonishing international museum project that commemorates those soldiers who did not return home from World War I.
Police Commissioner Maara Tetava’s term has been extended until February next year, confirmed Police Minister Vaine “Mac” Mokoroa.
Fears of a pre-Christmas strike by Air New Zealand unions have eased after three days of discussions between the airline and worker representatives.
Cook Islands government ministries have a real problem when it comes to documentation supporting their figures in official financial statements.
Today will be the first of three opportunities for the local resident community on Rarotonga to receive an update on the latest information, relating to our national Seabed Minerals (SBM) sector. This is based on historical research that shows our deep seabed to be abundant in valuable cobalt-rich, manganese nodules.