Children sitting or standing, on the backs of trucks, toddlers not buckled up in carseats, drink-drivers, motorcyclists riding without helmets, badly potholed roads and poorly-designed carparks…
The Rotary Club of Rarotonga’s fundraising effort, which culminated with the annual Bob Boyd Memorial Golf Ambrose last weekend, raised almost $18,000.
The comparatively unusual sight of a cruise ship docked at the Port of Avatiu drew a steady stream of spectators to the wharf yesterday morning.
After living in the Cook Islands for nearly 50 years, Ingrid Caffery felt happy and relaxed when she received her New Zealand citizenship certificate yesterday.
The Cook Islands celebrated a hugely significant historical event on Sunday, when a commemoration at the Cenotaph marked 100 years since the signing of the Armistice, which ended World War One.
While visiting Rarotonga last month, Brisbane Broncos player Alex Glenn, devoted some of his time to encouraging local youngsters to make the most of their rugby league talent.