Rashneel Kumar

Rashneel Kumar

Cook Islands volunteers have eaten and sung and shed tears with Aboriginal families devastated by the Australian bushfires – just one of the new bonds forged between the two countries as the Great Southern Land endures a time of suffering.  

Harry, Hurrell and his Havaianas

Friday January 17, 2020

Prince Harry has got a taste of Pacific styles in his only royal appearance since announcing he was stepping back from duties.

Cook Islands rugby league men’s side has set top eight target for the 2021 Rugby League World Cup in England.

Cook Islands bows out without a win

Thursday January 16, 2020

Team Cook Islands is not too disappointed about bundling out of the World Tour Beach Volleyball tournament without a win yesterday at the Beach Courts in Nikao.

Only those players who are up for a ‘real challenge’ are invited to attend the three day netball trials. 

Black day for fans of whitebait

Thursday January 16, 2020

The caviar of the Pacific sold in Cook Islands to an exclusive few aficionados for $45 a kilo – but now it’s to be banned. 

Engineers look into water chemicals

Thursday January 16, 2020

Anti-chemical lobby group wins battle for a new environmental assessment of a sedimentation chemical being proposed for treating drinking water. 

Battle on the beach

Tuesday January 14, 2020


International beach volleyball players who are in Rarotonga for this week’s World Beach Volleyball Tour tournament are awestruck by the country’s beauty and warmth. 

Cook Islands is wary of a tropical disturbance likely to turn into a tropical cyclone later this week in the southwest Pacific region.

Volleyball brought down the curtains on the Cook Islands Beach Games over the weekend.

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