The 50th anniversary of self-government celebrations will have an abundance of local fruit and vegetables, rather than imported produce, should a new scheme succeed.

Protestors campaigning against purse seine fishing in Cook Islands waters hope to table their petition to parliament next month. 

Agriculture and Education are linking up to sow the seeds of better gardening practises into Cook Islands soil at the Cook Islands Tertiary Training Institute. 

Calling future scientists...

Tuesday March 17, 2015

If you are a senior secondary student considering a career in fisheries science, marine biology, or if you just have a passion for knowing more about what is in our ocean, then this training opportunity could be for you.

Flawed and totally inadequate - that’s how one environmental group is describing the way the National Environment Service is handling public submissions on the controversial Petrocean over-the-reef fuel pipeline proposal.

Bid to interest young in agriculture

Saturday February 28, 2015

Getting young people interested in a career in agriculture is the aim of a new initiative which arrived in Rarotonga this week

This weekly column is provided by Te Ipukarea Society. It deals with conservation and environment matters of concern to the Cook Islands.

TIS staff support shark research

Wednesday February 08, 2017

This column is supplied by Te Ipukarea Society. It discusses conservation and environmental matters of concern to the Cook Islands.

NES has Aroko land issue under control

Saturday February 11, 2017

A situation where construction material was dumped on wetland at Aroko came about as a result of the property owner not adhering to activity that had approved for the property, says National Environment Service director Joseph Brider.

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