During wars the half-light of dawn was one of the most favoured times for an attack; however yesterday morning, men, women, and children all emerged from their homes to remember Cook Island soldiers who served in wartime.
Ngati Vaikai, friends and relations came together to witness the akamarokura'anga (investiture) of Vaikai Mataiapo Tutara last Wednesday afternoon.
The second Mei Te Vai Ki Te Vai community workshop in Rarotonga will be held this evening to provide an update on the project and discuss measures being considered to help manage the water quality issues of Muri Lagoon.
Local contractors, Land Holdings Ltd, continue to make headway on the Tereora College project over Easter weekend, safe in the knowledge that key construction materials for the advancement of the project were on hand.
The Cook Islands has been declared one of the most satisfying destinations for tourists in the South Pacific region, with research showing 95 per cent of visitors are satisfied with their visit.