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On yet another beautiful sunny Rarotonga Saturday morning I visited Punanga Nui Market in downtown Avarua. 

The deadline to apply for the two-day confidence workshop beginning on April 18 has been extended past the original March 30 date, and is now next Friday.

Discrimination issue still looms

Thursday April 05, 2018

National Council of Women president Vaine Wichman yesterday presented the “shadow” report that will be submitted to the committee overseeing the implementation of the United Nations Convention for the Elimination of all forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW), later this year.

Autism Cook Islands has kicked started their month-long awareness with the World Autism Awareness Day on Monday.

There has been an overwhelming response from the public to the land course run by local lawyer Paul Lynch (U’anga Tauei Napa).

Breakfast with Airbnb

Tuesday April 03, 2018

The Cook Islands Tourism Corporation is hosting the second Global Breakfast Update (GBU) for 2018.

Visiting expert at local brewery

Saturday March 31, 2018

You’ve got to be careful about getting a bunch of beer brewers talking – the conversation is bound to range far and wide, and it can be difficult to get a word in edgewise.

The following article is the latest in a new series written by our Cook Islands News marketing manager Susan Tealby on the Rarotonga markets.

Airbnb launches Rarotonga workshop

Saturday March 31, 2018

As part of their Digital Tourism programme, Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) Australia is joining forces with Airbnb to bring a series of workshops to the Pacific Islands, providing an opportunity to learn what home sharing is and how the platform works.

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