The residents of Manihiki and Rakahanga were recently consulted on how the Punanga Nui Market can help them sell their craft, produce and fish in Rarotonga.

On Day 92, Creative Trail walker James Talbots made his way from Tongariro forest to Taumaranui.

Born and raised on Rarotonga, Nikau Edward Tangaroa, the son of the late Papa Nikau Tangaroa and Mama Ina, recently graduated from Palmerston North’s Massey University with a Master of Aviation (with Distinction).

WW1 gifts from Belgium on show

Tuesday April 30, 2019

An exhibition of the WW1 Commemoration Gifts from Belgium opened on April 23 at the Cook Islands National Museum (Runanga Pakau) in Maraerenga.

Talbot prays for good weather

Tuesday April 30, 2019

James Talbot makes his way through the tracks of Taumaranui this week before meeting his next billet Emily Gooch.

A bright, cheerful and colourful group of women gathered at Tamarind House on Saturday for Helen Clark’s presentation on Women in Politics, hosted by the National Council of Women (NCW).

Around 40-days left for Talbot

Monday April 29, 2019

Creative Trail walker James Talbot has close to 40-days left to complete walking Te Araroa trail in New Zealand to raise funds for the Creative Centre in Rarotonga.

Brown in Fiji for ADB meeting

Monday April 29, 2019

Deputy prime minister Mark Brown is in Fiji to attend the Asian Development Bank (ADB) meeting there this week.

No plans to deepen Avatiu port

Monday April 29, 2019

The Cook Islands Ports Authority says there are no plans to deepen the Avatiu port, adding the current depth is meeting the draft requirement of incoming vessels.

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