The amazing voices of Pasifika Opera singers will grace  the Cook Islands once again.

The Teau Vainetini tivaivai (hand embroidery) sewing group of Puaikura are exhibiting their beautiful creative pieces at the Calvary Hall this week until Friday.

The Cook Islands National Museum received a unique set of ancient stone adze heads and pounders last week. The four large ancient stone adzes and two stone pounders were gifted by Vaine Veiao on behalf of the Teariki Veiao family.  The stone adzes are ancient cutting tools similar to an axe.

A feast of culinary art and fine dining was enjoyed at a classy dinner party in aid of young kayakers on Saturday night.

Cook Islands Tourism says there are severe gaps in our laws and regulations regarding water safety.  

The National Environment Service (NES) together with director Nga Puna celebrated International Biodiversity Day last Wednesday evening to commemorate the occasion in the Cook Islands, hosting a special event at their headquarters in Tupapa.

Te Vaerua Community Rehabilitation Service is back in business and is now operating from their new premises at 48a Pokoinu Road in Nikao.

Ministry of Marine Resources’ assistant VMS analyst Tanga Morris joined the Sea Education Association’s (SEA) Sailing School Vessel (SSV) Brigantine Robert C. Seamans when it departed Avatiu Harbour on Wednesday for Palmerston Island.

Empowering and inspiring emerging Cook Islands designers through culture and environment to promote creativity in fashion, is the theme behind a new event initiated by the Ministry of Cultural Development (MOCD).

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