Outer Islands

Today’s the day the people of Aitutaki will decide whether Sunday flights to and from their island will continue.

Manihiki residents wanting to improve their education now have the services of a University of the South Pacific study centre.

The New Zealand Government has brought Cook Islands officials who carry out Customs work in the outer islands to Rarotonga this week for a week-long training course on Customs processes and reporting. 

While many students are kicking back this last week of school holidays, 63 Pa Enua students are kicking forward with work experience placements on Rarotonga.

A date on the long-awaited referendum on Sunday flights to Aitutaki has finally been set. 

Heavy rain last Wednesday on Atiu didn’t deter community leaders from attending a special handover of heavy machinery for the island.

After a long delay the tuna fishing season is finally underway at Aitutaki.

Vaipae-Tautu vote today

Tuesday March 31, 2015

Vaipae-Tautu voters will cast their votes in Aitutaki today, not only to choose their own leader, but have a say in the future of the Cook Islands government.

Soon almost 100 per cent of the electricity supply of the Northern Group will be generated using renewable energy.  

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