The Cook Islands National Environment Service (NES) in partnership with the Tauranga Vananga (Ministry of Cultural Development) will be holding a Rarotonga Schools Tiare Week Maori Speech competition on Monday November 17, under the Dome at the National Auditorium.
Vendors put on a bright smile to lighten up the mood during gloomy weather yesterday at the Business Trade Investment Board (BTIB) Go Local Trade Day.
Punanga Nui Market was opened with all the pomp and ceremony fit for a king, or at least an heir to the throne, when Prince Edward cut the ribbon in 1992.
Twenty-five years after their opening, the National Auditorium and the Te Puna Korero Complex continue to give back to the Cook Islands community as both celebrate anniversaries today.
The Pacific Resort Hotel Group (PRHG), recently extended an offer to local high school students interested in gaining practical work experience during the school holidays.
Arorangi residents and frequent passers-by would have noticed the newly-painted bus shelter opposite the Edgewater Resort and Spa, but not many might know how the bright new artwork came about.
The work of more than 20 Cook Islands and New Zealand artists will go on display at the Beachcomber Pearl Market in Taputapuatea today to celebrate the start of the Vaka Eiva paddling festival.
One of the two men who drowned at Muri lagoon Wednesday morning has now been identified as US Republican State Representative for South Dakota, Craig Tieszen, 68.