The Cook Islands Seabed Minerals Authority (SBMA) has training opportunities available for Cook Islander graduates to do internships in Singapore and Korea.

New surgery at Arorangi vet clinic

Thursday April 04, 2019

Te Are Manu vet clinic treats a range of animals, while remaining focused on providing a desexing service for dogs and cats.

James Talbot continued his walk on to Rocks Hut following his 12.3 kilometre walk from Mount Rintoul to Slaty Hut.

Cook Islander and qualified New Zealand chiropractor Dr Chad Esaiah is back on Rarotonga today to provide his services to the community.

Min of Ag meets with Pa Enua

Wednesday April 03, 2019

The Ministry of Agriculture hosted the third Pa Enua Agriculture annual meeting last week at their head office premises in Arorangi.

Snowbird continues in Tupapa

Wednesday April 03, 2019

Snowbird will continue its laundry business in Tupapa, as long as it can do so without affecting the business of another company located in the area.

It’s not every day you get the chance to dine with and hear from one of the most influential and powerful people on the planet, but towards the end of next month that opportunity will be open to a couple hundred people here in Rarotonga.

Sylvia Marsters’ new art exhibition Tiare Taina opened on Thursday night to high praise from the many people who turned out to be at the occasion.

Eco-certs to be launched

Monday April 01, 2019

To coincide with the Mana Tiaki week from the April 1-5, Cook Islands Tourism along with their partners will launch the Mana Tiaki Eco Certification (MTEC) at the Discover Marine and Wildlife Eco Centre in Arorangi on Wednesday from 8.30am.

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