Roundabout upgrade progressing well

Thursday October 15, 2020

A Landholdings Ltd staff takes a break while doing renovation work around the Avatiu roundabout and pavement area.

Work together for food security

Thursday October 15, 2020

The Ministry of Agriculture is calling on the public to work together to ensure that the threats of Covid-19 do not affect the nation’s food security.

Due to popular demand, tuatua rima (sign language) classes will start up again in a few weeks.

A call for regional unity

Thursday October 15, 2020

The impact of Covid-19, devastating effects of climate change and natural disasters and the fragile economic health of the Pacific region were the topics of discussion at the second virtual Forum Foreign Ministers Meeting held yesterday.

Minister for Culture George Angene (Maggie) has offered another piece of land to the Fijian community.

Foreign aid hit historic levels in Cook Islands and the broader Pacific region with more than $3.1 billion spent in the region in 2018, according to a comprehensive study by Sydney-based think-tank Lowy Institute.

Students have a ball

Tuesday October 13, 2020

Glitz, glamour and Hollywood style arrived at the Crown Beach Resort for the Tereora College’s annual school ball.

Cook Islands Government House is featured in a new book that brings together a unique group of official residences for the first time.

E tanu, kia pa’ia e kia vai ‘uatu rai.  Ko tatou katoa I te rave’anga no te tuatau ki mua. Grow, nourish, sustain together. Our actions are our future. This is the theme of this year’s World Food Day.

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