After 13 weeks it has finally been won – on Monday CITC announced the winner of the brand-new Hyundai Kona which was to be given away as a part of their spend $20 promotion that started back in May.
Through various local churches, the Cook Islands has now joined 86 other Christian nations by forming its own national branch of the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem (ICEJ).
The arrival of a march designed to show support for Israel’s 70th anniversary added to the large number of people crowded into the Avatiu wharf-Punanga Nui market area on Saturday morning.
Strickland claims Local businessman Walter Strickland has claimed the top prize in the Tupuranga Tangata category of the round nine Vaka Pride competition.
Cook Islands Tourism has released the winners for the Akono i te Ao Rangi category in the Vaka Pride round nine competition which was held at the end of June.
It was a night of colour, music, dance, glitz and glam when the Miss Cook Islands Association held its second event for this year at the Islander Hotel on Thursday, attended by a packed house of family, friends and supporters of the Miss Cook Islands 2018 contestants.
A New Zealand woman who was born in the Cook Islands almost 56 years ago left when she was two and recently returned for the first time to “make some memories”.
A disaster management team from New Zealand has spent the past week in Rarotonga training staff at the New Zealand High Commission (NZHC) and meeting with some of their counterparts in the Cook Islands government.