The Cook Islands was going on two years of being one of the few countries in the world remaining Covid-free when the nation received news of their first confirmed Covid-19 case, only to find out a few days later that it was a historical case with little to worry about.
Celebrating 11 years of bringing pilates to Rarotonga, instructor Brynn Acheson-Nooroa shared the benefits of the foundational exercise and how she aims to further its reach to benefit more people around the island.
The Cook Islands Rugby Union (CIRU) is delighted to confirm a two test U19s youth males test series featuring teams from Rarotonga and Aitutaki to be held in Aitutaki later this month. With the support of Polynesia Media Cook Islands, the two teams hope coverage of the two tests will be live streamed onto the […]
Apii Nikao school hall was packed to the brim with bright colours, singing and dancing parents and students as the school celebrated the academic achievements of their pupils, all the way from year one’s up to the senior year nine.
Families tucked under umbrellas with their ‘Welcome Home’ signs stood patiently at the Rarotonga International Airport to get a glimpse of their loved ones who arrived on the last repatriation flight for 2021 from Auckland yesterday.
Cook Islands Rugby Union (CIRU) in collaboration with the Ministry of Education and Cook Islands Sports and National Olympic Committee (CISNOC) are running the Ability Rippa Rugby Day programme as part of their end-of-year Under 13 Rarotonga Schools Quick Rip 7s Championships programme this week.
With the current civil and political unrest in the Solomon Islands and the capital Honiara under siege, the Solomon's community in Rarotonga has been left with yet another layer of anxiety on top of the many complications already caused by Covid-19.
Netball Already in Paradise kicked off yesterday afternoon at the National Sports Arena with close to 15 teams battling it out on day one of the championship, which is the first of its kind without any international participation.