JUser: :_load: Unable to load user with ID: 599

JUser: :_load: Unable to load user with ID: 71

JUser: :_load: Unable to load user with ID: 2928

JUser: :_load: Unable to load user with ID: 6213

Outer Islands

Landowners sign up with MOP

Friday November 09, 2018

Landowners on all but one of the Pa Enua islands participating in the Paradise Prosperity Plan (PPP) have signed memorandums of understanding consenting to their lands being developed, says Merchant of Paradise (MOP) developer Tim Tepaki.

Manihiki remembers Martin

Thursday November 01, 2018

This week communities of Manihiki people across the Pacific have been remembering an event that forever changed their atoll and their lives.

It’s Gospel Day tomorrow and once again Cook Islanders all around the country will gather to celebrate this important national event.

New ideas for Northern Group waste

Monday October 22, 2018

A new initiative is underway to look at options and discuss ideas to manage waste in the Northern Group.  Hilary Boyes, Waste Management Co-ordinator at ICI, on assignment with Volunteer Services Abroad, and Yitiri Akama, Project Engineer (support person) will travel with the barge leaving this weekend for the islands of Palmerston, Nassau, Pukapuka, Manihiki, Rakahanga and Penrhyn. 

Nassau celebrates new fishing club

Monday October 15, 2018

The Nassau Fishing Association opened its new club building on Thursday last week, marking the end of a two-year journey of love for the fishermen of Nassau.

Charity walk for injured player

Saturday October 06, 2018

The Pukapuka Community on Rarotonga will be holding a fundraising walk from Ngatangiia to Punanga Nui Market this morning for their son Tuarii SV Turaki, who once upon a time was the poster boy for Cook Islands Tourism.

Praise for big, open Kuki hearts

Tuesday September 25, 2018

People in the Cook Islands have big open hearts, says general secretary for the Atiu community on Rarotonga Nga Teao-Papatua.

Crop bank leads way in food security

Monday September 17, 2018

The opening of the new Atiu crop bank offers the island the opportunity to bring back yam, taro, sweet potatoes, bananas and many other crops that have been lost, says Agriculture minister Rose Brown.

Calls for water safety training and better visitor education have been echoed by the Aitutaki community, amid sad reflections on the family tragedy that has hit their island recently.

Page 5 of 61