Social media is an important tool for marketing the local tourism industry, says Cook Islands Tourism digital executive Tony Fe’ao.

The Cook Islands Early Action Rainfall (EAR) watch stakeholder workshop started yesterday with a presentation of the Cook Islands Meteorological Service’s climate products and services.

Prime Minister Henry Puna has accepted the opportunity to host the Climate Change Action Pacific Partnership Conference in 2020 on behalf of the Cook Islands.

The next stage of investigations for the Mei Te Vai Ki Te Vai project will provide additional, vital information to support the wastewater treatment plant design and government’s decision on either land-based or ocean outfall disposal options.

Nineteen months after the devastating fire on board Marumaru Atua in September, traditional vaka Marumaru Atua is on her way home. 

An overview and training session on numerous parts of the Family Protection and Support Act 2017, was well attended by several government department stakeholders last Wednesday at the Sinai Hall.

Who is/isn’t a Cook Islander?

Saturday May 18, 2019

How do we determine who is and who isn’t a Cook Islander?  What are the criteria? These are the questions being asked by year 9 and 10 social studies students at Papaaroa School.

Cook Islands win tourism award

Saturday May 18, 2019

The Cook Islands has yet again won the prestigious award of Best Island Pacific Rim for the fourth year in a row.

MEMBERS of the Puaikura Volunteer Fire Brigade left Rarotonga for Auckland on Thursday afternoon prepared to compete in the annual fundraiser of the Sky Tower Challenge for Leukemia and Blood Cancer New Zealand.

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