A small local family of three is using their new locally branded business to emphasise how domestic revenue has the potential to become a more solid backbone for the country as reflected through local attempts during border closures to find creative alternatives to tourism.
A vibrant non-denominational Christian music festival aimed at getting ‘lost’ youths off the street, out of nightclubs, away from criminal activity and back to church took place on Sunday at the National Auditorium.
The Cook Islands Touch Association will carry on their festive tradition with the Boxing Day Touch Tournament, and for the first time will be holding it at the Ngatangiia Field for a day full of family fun and friendly competition.
Members of Parliament and government officials gathered at the Office of the Prime Minister on Wednesday to hear about the country’s National Sustainable Development Agenda (NSDA 2020+) for the next 100 years.
Apii Avarua celebrated the academic achievements of their students on Tuesday at the school grounds that was filled with bright colours, singing, dancing, flowers, and proud smiles from parents, families and friends.
In February 2021 Cook Islands Rugby Union was fortunate and grateful to receive rugby development opportunities for six local players to travel to New Zealand to play rugby union in the South Island region of North Otago. They have recently returned and met with reporter Alana Musselle.