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.

Creative Trail walker James Talbot is making his way to Wellington and is expected to be there on Friday this week.

Nooapii Tearea was appointed as the new ombudsman for a term of three years and was sworn in at a special ceremony held at the Cook Islands Parliament last week.

Man remains in custody

Monday April 01, 2019

A man who faces several serious charges before the Cook Islands High Court was remanded in custody on Thursday.

The ripples of war and death have softened in the 100 years since the end of World War I and have transformed into rings of love and friendship between the people of Belgium and Cook Islands.

Man dies after seawall crash

Saturday March 30, 2019

A 21-year-old man has died in a road crash at the seawall in Nikao in the early hours of yesterday morning. The deceased suffered severe head injuries and died on the spot of the accident.

James Talbot is on a difficult track along the Te Araroa Trail in New Zealand as he continues to make his way to Wellington.

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