Next Shipment, the Cook Islands’ first online Mega Mall, has come up with a sustainable project idea to make use of the surplus polystyrene pieces that come with the 10,000 products that they sell on their site. Beanbag by beanbag, they are hoping to make a difference for the environment.
Cook Islands’ commitment to reclaim the landscape from invasive species was highlighted by the American multinational news-based pay television channel, CNN, in its Call To Earth Day segment yesterday.
With confirmation that the country’s borders are set to open to New Zealand from January
13, businesses especially the tourism reliant companies are not only looking at their preparations, but at some major concerns they are facing due to the long period of being shut down.
While many businesses have felt the sting of staying stagnant due to Covid-19 related border closures, one business in Aitutaki is making the most of this downturn by giving locals the chance to relax and escape to a day out on their lagoon day cruise.
Autism Cook Islands had their event launch and official signing on Wednesday with all their major sponsors who are backing the organisation’s biggest event of the year, ‘Te Kara Run 2021’, taking place on Friday November 26.
For many years Awhitia Tavioni has referred to herself as a “shadow” to her iconic husband and master carver Mike Tavioni. This weekend Awhitia will be in the limelight when she along with her artist “sisters” showcase their creations in a special exhibition.
As the pink month of October, the official Breast Cancer Awareness month comes to a close, Barbara Lawson, founder of the esteemed Lawson’s Dry Hills Winery shares her personal story of her fight against the illness and how she is where she is today, living a tranquil and cancer-free life in Rarotonga.