Finance minister Mark Brown says the 2018/19 budget reinforces the government’s desire to establish a strong and developed country for the current and future generations.
Swimming in the warm deep waters off the Rarotongan coast, right beside a majestic green onu, or turtle, was one of the most inspiring moments of my life.
The ukulele-powered welcome and farewell at Rarotonga International Airport is an iconic part of the visitor experience thanks to musical legend Papa Jake Numanga.
“No-plastic Wednesdays” are catching on at Apii Te Uki Ou, where children bring their lunches in their lunch boxes, - but minus the cling wrap plastic that usually encases pupils’ food.
Government has made a pledge to grow the local economy and foster prosperity that is sustained and shared with the people of the Cook Islands.
The Pacific Island Conservation Initiative teamed up with Pacific Divers, Infrastructure Cook Islands and Ministry of Marine Resources to complete an underwater clean-up to mark World Clean-Up Day on Saturday afternoon.
Secretary of Culture Anthony Turua will attend the opening of the Oceania Exhibition that will display five Cook Islands artefacts at the Royal Academy of Art in London from September 23, to September 26.