Diverse cultures at ACP meeting

Saturday February 18, 2017

Multi-lingual meeting brings media organisations into being.

Imanuela Akatemia brings home gold

Saturday February 18, 2017

Imanuela Akatemia students brought home 24 gold awards from the South Pacific Student convention held in the Phillip Island, Australia from December 9-14. 

After living here for 13 years an expatriate Kiwi has been told to either voluntarily leave the country within 24 hours or face deportation.

EU purse seiners start fishing

Thursday February 16, 2017

One of the purse seine vessels involved in the European Union (EU) fisheries partnership agreement has begun fishing in the Cook Islands economic exclusive zone.

Spirit of friendship

Wednesday February 15, 2017

Japan’s ambassador to New Zealand Toshihisa Takata offi cially opened the new Fire Rescue Station in Teimurimotia yesterday.

Glass taro exhibition ready to roll

Wednesday February 15, 2017

New Zealand-based Cook Islands contemporary artist NiaVal Ngaro is known for cultivating traditional stories through contemporary art.

Workshops target business ventures

Wednesday February 15, 2017

The Business Trade Investment Board (BTIB) is holding a series of workshops this week focusing on improving the skills and knowledge of business owners and interested people.

Volunteers at Esther Honey are hoping to revolutionise the way Cook Islanders tether their animals by creating harnesses out of used tyre tubes.

Rainy weather has done its best to disrupt things, but nothing has deterred the small team of artists working on the massive carvings destined to be the RSA cemetery entrance.

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