Rashneel Kumar

Rashneel Kumar

Jomel Bartolome says his second place win in the Memories of Summer competition will boost his passion for photography.

Cook Islanders are people who belong to the part of the Polynesian race indigenous to the Cook Islands, says Koutu Nui president Terea Mataiapo Paul Allsworth.

New Zealand High Commissioner Peter Marshall, on behalf of New Zealand based company National Mini Storage, was on hand Thursday to provide a huge donation to Cook Islands Red Cross.

Super Fund worth close to $145m

Monday March 05, 2018

The members’ stake in the Cook Islands National Superannuation Fund is worth close to $145 million, according to the latest Fund performance as at January 31, 2018.

By-elections confirmed

Monday March 05, 2018

Island council by-elections for vacant seats in the district of Ngatiarua in Atiu and in Mauke will be held on April 3.

Men’s triathlon all set to go

Friday March 02, 2018

The stage is set for the Annual Aroa Vegeland Men’s Triathlon, taking place tomorrow at 2pm from the Tikioki Tri site.

Takuvaine (TKV) Warriors have decided not to travel to Aitutaki to face the Sharks in a round four premier battle supposed to be played later this afternoon.

Research conducted by medical experts shows that some Rarotongan plant products have antiseptic properties that can reduce the possibility of skin infections, vindicating the long-held beliefs of Maori medicine practitioners.

Tiraa represents country at CYP

Friday March 02, 2018

Cook Islands National Youth Council president Sieni Tiraa represented the country at the ninth Annual Commonwealth Youth Parliament Conference in Jersey, England, this week.

Cook Islands Tourism Corporation chief executive officer Halatoa Fua has strongly denied claims that his staff are on a “junket trip” to the United States.

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