Weather

The grief and loss of loved ones and losing one’s home because of climate change is real, says development consultant Dr Christina Newport.

As a half-masked sun rose today, resorts in Muri and on Rarotonga’s east coast were this morning letting their guests know where to watch the eclipse.

Dark day

Saturday June 29, 2019

Once, solar eclipses caught ancient cultures unaware; they fled terrified, believing they’d angered the gods. Now astronomers can predict them – and those with enough money pursue an eclipse around the planet. 

Cooks tourism should capitalise on eclipse and stargazing.

Next month’s solar eclipse will draw astronomy enthusiasts to the Pacific Ocean south of the Cook Islands and French Polynesia.

Cook Islands at maritime meet

Monday April 15, 2019

Teina MacKenzie, the Pacific Women in Maritime Association vice president, recently attended the World Maritime University 3rd International Women's Conference in Sweden.

Cook Islands Meteorological Services staff members attended a training for weather and communication systems in Hawaii earlier this week.

Cyclones cost Cooks $30m plus

Thursday March 21, 2019

The tropical cyclones that hit the Cook Islands in 2005 cost the country over $20 million, says prime minister Henry Puna.

Cyclone danger lessening

Monday March 04, 2019

Cook Islands may have escaped the brunt of a cyclone this season after latest tropical storm Pola dissipated in waters outside of Tonga.

Tropical storm no threat

Tuesday February 26, 2019

A tropical depression (TD11F) located near Western Samoa yesterday poses no threat to the Cook Islands, says the top weatherman.

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