The ninth Cook Islands Language Week has been launched in New Zealand with the minister responsible paying tribute to the longevity of the event.

A rainbow over Constitution Day

Saturday August 01, 2020

“See us, hear us.” Last week Pride Cook Islands attracted a crowd of hundreds to Rarotonga Golf Course for a fundraiser; next week they will be more visible still.

Over the years, the Ministry of Justice building has experienced water leaks.

Kia ora and kia orana to 12 new Cook Islands Kiwis. 

Two more months of no helmets

Friday July 31, 2020

Rarotonga’s Simi Teiotu breathed a sigh of relief at hearing that enforcement of the helmet law will be delayed to September 30.

Local growers want a representative appointed to the new water authority board.

Mad rush for helmets

Wednesday July 29, 2020

William Taripo was one of the first customers to receive his preordered motorcycle helmet from local store Raromart.

Tajiya Sahay is not only Cook Islands’s most celebrated beauty queen – but she will now be the longest-serving.

‘I am not an extremist’

Monday July 27, 2020

A small group of protesters marched down the main street of Avarua this weekend, objecting to the impact of the To Tatou Vai water project on land rights.

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