Bringing life back into traditional Cook Islands cuisine is the aim of a competition hoping to capture four fantastic dishes in the inaugural Te Kai Maori festival.
The Muri community will hear the government’s plan for fixing their lagoon at a public meeting on Tuesday at the Ngatangiia meeting house.
The Ministry of Health has stopped the country’s only gynaecologist from making tough phone calls on behalf of women who decide they want to terminate a pregnancy.
Parliament will not release the amount of taxpayer funds spent on Member of Parliament’s travel around the globe, citing other priorities as more important than giving out the details.
The government is staying silent over legal action aiming to stop more purse seiner from fishing in the Cook Islands EEZ.
Cases of sexually transmitted diseases have dropped significantly in the past eight years, showing the country is becoming more contraception-savvy.
Education is the key to a sensitive issue dividing the Cook Islands community, a gay rights activist says.
Members of the public will be able to air their views about a law set to drastically change the power of the state to intervene in family life this week.