The new New Zealand High Commissioner to the Cook Islands, Peter Marshall, says he and his wife Pamela are “Absolutely looking forward” to their two year posting here.

Commission members to be announced

Tuesday January 17, 2017

THE MINISTRY of Culture and Development will appoint board members for the Te Kopapa Reo, or Te Reo Māori Commission at the National Auditorium on Wednesday this week.

MOP plans progressing well: Tepaki

Tuesday January 17, 2017

DESPITE “interruptions”, the Merchant of Paradise (MOP) Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP) for the Cook Islands is progressing as planned, with critical path timelines being met, says developer Tim Tepaki.

Get ready for a pooch smooch!

Tuesday January 17, 2017

The SPCA is looking for a home for a beautiful Alsatian-cross that Robyn Kippenberger says will make a perfect family dog.

Infrastructure Cook Islands wants input from the public on a draft roads and roads drainage policy that will one day hopefully result in better roads on Rarotonga and outer islands.

The RECENT heatwave Rarotonga experienced has sparked warnings for people to make sure they are staying hydrated.

For THOUSANDS of years vakas have chased stars across the vast oceans of the Pacific. Our ancestors used ancient way-finding, non-instrument navigation, to “pull islands out of the sea.”

PASSENGER liners continue to play their role in the tourism industry with 7930 travellers arriving on  Rarotonga and Aitutaki through cruise ships that called into the Cook Islands last year.

THE GOVERNMENT says amendments to tax legislation will be required to allow for the recently announced  amnesty.

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