The Cook Islands has become a part of the world’s first regional strategy for surveying and geospatial capacity development.

Local bank supports tourism awards

Wednesday April 18, 2018

For the second time, Bank of the Cook Islands (BCI) has sponsored a guest speaker for the annual Air New Zealand Cook Islands Tourism Awards which will be held tonight.

Subsidised voyage off

Wednesday April 18, 2018

A shortage of cargo means a Taio Shipping Services vessel scheduled to make a subsidised voyage to Pukapuka, Nassau and Palmerston today, will not now sail till next week.

War Stories Our Mothers Never Told Us....a film by New Zealand film-maker Gaylene Preston, will screen at the Cook Islands RSA tonight.

Two flights called off in one week

Wednesday April 18, 2018

Jetstar Airways has come under fire once again, after they were forced to cancel a flight for the second time in a week.

Memorial to honour Pacific soldiers

Wednesday April 18, 2018

New Zealand’s Ministry of Culture and Heritage has allocated almost half a million dollars towards a Pacific Island memorial which will feature in New Zealand’s Pukeahu National War Memorial Park in Wellington.

“Come and see, go and tell, Jesus is alive.”

Marking another cyclone-free year in the Cook Islands, hundreds of people gathered at the National Auditorium on Sunday night for the annual thanksgiving service.

The first time Kiwi environmental sociologist Dr Corrina Tucker visited Rarotonga she knew she would be coming back.

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