Katrina Tanirau

Katrina Tanirau

Miss Cook Islands New Zealand Terito Story says knowing her language is about connection to her culture, ancestors and homeland. 

Floods knock out key water mains

Saturday August 08, 2020

Severe damage to aged water mains up the Avana and Turangi valleys is cited as evidence of the urgent need to switch over to the new network.

Pride in heritage, 3000km over sea

Saturday August 08, 2020

More than 80,000 Cook Islands Maori call Aotearoa New Zealand home.

Showing aroa for our elderly

Saturday August 08, 2020

The Punanga Aroa committee is working hard to see their plan for a retirement village come to fruition, but they can’t do it alone and are calling on the community to help. 

Auckland International Airport will be ready to operate a travel bubble between New Zealand and Cook Islands by August 17, if given the go-ahead.

Air bridge and quarantine-free travel bubble between Cook Islands and New Zealand could be a world first and template for air travel around the world.

Touch teams do islands proud

Thursday August 06, 2020

It was a fantastic afternoon of Te Maeva Nui touch footy at Avatiu Rugby field when 14 teams showcased their island colours and island pride.

Constitution Day was celebrated in fine fashion at Avatiu rugby field, also known as The Swamp.

As other Pacific nations begin marketing their beaches and resorts in anticipation of a travel bubble, Cook Islands is holding off. 

Cook Islands pride was on full display at the National Auditorium yesterday for the Constitution Day , Ra Uitianga Reva.

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