Eleven teams have signed up for the first Cook Island Squash tournament of the year in the BSP Business House competition starting this evening (Thursday) at the TSA course in Nikao starting at 4.30pm.
The round two of the Cook Islands women’s rugby league 13s competition will see two interesting clashes this afternoon when Lady Panthers take on Lady Bears and defending champions Lady Bulldogs battle Lady Eels at Teimurimotia Park.
Lady Panthers made a strong start to their rugby league 13s campaign after smashing
defending champions Lady Bulldogs 38-8 in the opening clash on Friday at Victoria Park.
The visitors started strong as the home side took some time to get into the flow but made
yards and ran wide to lead 12-8 at the break.
Former Speaker of Cook Islands Parliament Norman George has launched a public appeal to support victims and aid recovery from Cyclone Gabrielle damage in the Tairawhiti and Hawkes Bay regions of New Zealand.
Restoration ecologist Brennan Panzarella, pictured far right, speaks about the Muri Environment Care group’s restoration efforts with representatives from the United Nations Development Programme and other stakeholders on Wednesday afternoon.
The Cook Islands Triathlon Association Inc. (CITAI) is gearing up for its next big event after
holding a successful Annual BSP Team Triathlon event on Saturday.
On Saturday, February 25, the association will hold its annual Paradise Supplies Kids
Triathlon at Tikioki Tri Site.
Two-thirds of Cook Islands businesses say they performed poorly over the past year as the impact of Covid-19 continues to ripple through the country, according to the latest Business Confidence Index report.