Outer Islands

Northern life revises perceptions

Saturday April 30, 2016

I have been living in Tongareva on and off to fulfil a promise made to my father to go back and work for our people, and to complete a research thesis in my own time.

Aitutaki contributes about a quarter of the total tourism earnings in the Cook Islands.

Cook Islands National Council of Women coordinator, Taputukura Mariri made a big contribution towards the understanding of violence against women and families at the Cook Islands Christian Youth Convention in Mitiaro earlier this month.

Luxury plans for Penrhyn hub

Friday April 29, 2016

As well as developing a transhipment hub for commercial fishing activity at Omoka on Penrhyn (Tongareva), the Merchant of Paradise group wants to build plush resorts and accommodation on the remote northern island.

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.

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