Sharna Matapuku

Sharna Matapuku

A display of true Cook Islands culture took place on Thursday night as 10 bold contestants competed in the annual National Mire ‘Atu competition here at the National Auditorium.

My, how we’ve changed!

Saturday March 12, 2016

Soren Kierkegaard, a prolific 19th century Danish philosopher and theologian, once said “life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards.”

A Cook Islands woman in her early 20s received serious injuries after being allegedly raped and brutally assaulted in the vicinity of Atupa village in the early hours of Saturday morning.

A Cook Islands woman in her early 20s received serious injuries after being allegedly raped and brutally assaulted in the vicinity of Atupa village in the early hours of Saturday morning.

With less than one week to go before “Te Mire Atu 2016,” the county’s first annual cultural event of the year, the Ministry of Cultural development confirms that it will be an epic display of true Cook Islands musical talent.

Cooking secrets revealed

Saturday March 05, 2016

Day two of the Cook Islands Tertiary Training Institute’s Cook like a Boss course was held at CITTI’s Ngatangiia campus on Thursday evening. It revealed more of the little secret techniques all cooks need to know when cooking a delicious meal.

If anyone tells you that you are too young to go into business, don’t listen to them

Cook Island’s based vendors set to depart for what’s touted as the biggest Pacific festival in the hemisphere, met last week at the Business Trade and Investment Board office to discuss preparations for the event

The Ministry of Cultural Development’s Historical Photographic Exhibition opening yesterday was such a big success that it will remain open longer today, to give more people the opportunity to see it.

Day one of the “Cook like a Boss” course run by the Cook Islands Tertiary Training Institute held a successful launch on Tuesday night, with a full class of 12 students.

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