Outer Islands

In a bid to improve the tourism industry, the Cook Islands Tourism Corporation engage with various stakeholders associated with the business in a forum it will host on Aitutaki tomorrow.

Island children show they care

Saturday April 23, 2016

Aitutaki children are leading the charge in growing resilience within their island community.

THE Cook Islands will join the rest of the world today in commemorating World Earth Day, held to draw attention to climate change issues.

MMR funds help fishing clubs

Wednesday April 20, 2016

Pukapuka and Nassau Fishing Association executives will soon receive grant allocations under the Ministry of Marine Resources (MMR) Fisheries Development Facility.

Over 30 senior students from the southern islands are arriving this week for a five-day workshop hosted by Climate Change Cook Islands with National Environment Services.

This weekly column, supplied by Te Ipukarea Society, looks at environmental issues confronting the Cook Islands and the world.

There was much excitement at two of Aitutaki’s schools on Tuesday, when pupils were presented with brand new toothbrushes and toothpaste.

Bonefish lure visitors to Aitutaki

Wednesday April 06, 2016

Fishing for bonefish is a growing sport that is luring tourists and locals alike to take advantage of recreational fishing opportunities being provided on Aitutaki.

Though continued searches for missing Aitutaki man Dorn Marsters continues to produce unsuccessful results, his family and friends refuse to lose hope.

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