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The regional weightlifting community has two good reasons to watch Team Cook Islands at the Pacific Games in Papua New Guinea.

Politicians and diplomats swapped their suits and ties for rugby jerseys and boots on Friday for a friendly round of footy.

Conflicting statements by government on the minimum wage increase is a concern, says the Cook Islands Workers Association (CIWA).

Best wishes for our athletes

Monday June 15, 2015

House of Ariki president Tou Ariki and Aronga Mana hosted Team Cook Islands athletes and officials on Saturday in a Takai Marae ceremony to wish the athletes the very best on the sports battlefield.

Black Rock defaced

Monday June 15, 2015

The community is up in arms over the defacing of the iconic Black Rock point in Nikao.

National athletes have been called to put their faith in the Lord when they step out onto the Pacific Games sports arena.

Serena’s Molokai solo smile

Monday June 15, 2015

With her trademark victory grin, oe vaka paddler Serena Hunter achieved three ‘firsts’ in Hawaii on Saturday.

`A new cultural initiative for this year’s Te Maeva Nui celebration is generating excitement among cultural teams keen to show off their costume-making talents.

Carving strong cultural links

Friday June 12, 2015

News of the week-long carving and weaving exhibition, set to start on Monday June 15 and run to Friday June 20, has been met with great enthusiasm by local schools in Rarotonga. 

With expert advice, the Cook Islands government is identifying skills to support sustainable energy and climate change adaption.

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