Editor's Picks

Features

Thriving in a man’s world

16 January 2021

Editorials
Features

Features

Transforming our ‘tight spots’ with God’s help

How can God help us when we experience “tight spots” in life? Pastor Eric Toleafoa, of the Cook Islands Seventh-day Adventist Church, explains the Bible’s message.

Church Talk


Chef Phillip Nordt: Don’t muck around with crayfish

RECIPE: Be delicate when dealing with crayfish, writes Executive Chef Phillip Nordt.

Features


‘Island Blues’ at art exhibition

Young and talented Rarotonga artists will be showcasing their unique work this evening at a special exhibition themed ‘Island Blues’.

Art


Family reunion: A chance to know more

The first William (George) Ellis Family Reunion will take place from November 27–29, giving his descendants a chance to explore their roots.

Features


Karlene Taokia: Dinner for four for $10

Our body and immune system need the help of vitamins and minerals, which we can get from the food we eat, writes Karlene Taokia from the Chefs Association.

Features


How our small Pacific nation brought Australia's suffering peoples to tears

Cook Islands volunteers have eaten and sung and shed tears with Aboriginal families devastated by the Australian bushfires – just one of the new bonds forged between the two countries as the Great Southern Land endures a time of suffering.

Features


Kids Page: No storm worries for island's children

In the calm aftermath of the huge storm that hit Rarotonga on Wednesday, it seems the island’s children aren’t worrying about what happened.

Features


From 'nothing' to 'something'

Nigel Hoeflich a former student of Tereora college (he quit after three years), was happy last month to take up an invitation by teachers to share his story, “of coming from nothing to something.” He spoke of his personal struggles of growing up, of being a rebellious kid, and the passing of his father, at a seminar for Year 9 students focused on ‘resilience’.

Features


Looking back on another year …

With the arrival of a new year on Wednesday, Cook Islands News takes a look back at some of the news events that helped shape 2019.

Features


Life on the ocean wave

John Teaurima has been at sea even longer than his police patrol boat, Te Kukupa – but even he needs seasickness pills in the bigger storms. Melina Etches meets him.

Features


Awaken our language – Akaara i te Reo

MY GRANDMOTHER had a woven rauara mat in her lounge and as kids, surrounded by shell-framed photos, her love holding us together, we would sit on that mat and play.

Features

Molly inspires colourful new craft shop

Everyone needs a little inspiration now and again to make the most of ideas they might be thinking about.

Features

Students learn importance of genealogy

The young students of Araura Primary school have been learning about their families and the importance of genealogy. As part of their assignments, they were asked to write their genealogy in either English or Cook Islands Maori. Some talented students expressed their creativeness by drawing their family tree on a mural which signified their generational links.

Features


Telling the stories of our soldiers

The Cook Islands National Museum - Runanga Pakau, in collaboration with the Cook Islands Returned Servicemen’s Association, Florence Syme-Buchanan and the New Zealand High Commission are presenting the Cook Islands Service in the Great War 1914-1918 Exhibition.

Features


Pukapukan home to film 'Homecoming'

An international team making a documentary entitled ‘Homecoming: A film about Pukapuk arrived in the Cook Islands just in time for the 50th Te Maeva Nui Constitution Celebrations .

Features


New Zealand PM's visit creates excitement

The highlight of the social year in Rarotonga was a reception at Ngatipa last week for New Zealand Prime Minister John Key.

Features


Voyage of the Tiare Taporo brings 20-year plan to life

News that Pacific Schooners’ auxiliary-sail trading vessel Tiare Taporo has been contracted to return visitors to their home islands when Te Maeva Nui ends has caused a stir among some Cook Islands News readers.

Features


Meitaki korereka, Manihiki

Last week, the Cyclone Martin Charitable Trust and Cook Islands News released Matini.: The story of Cyclone Martin, a book they commissioned journalist Rachel Reeves to write.

Features


Art and education combine in exciting sea turtle project

Creating an artwork that celebrates 50 years of self government and the plight of the green turtle has brought together a small group of scientists and artists who plan to carve a monument to the green turtle.

Features


Rebooting the brain to mouth function

CINews reporter Sarah Wilson has enlisted in the five-week Beginner’s Chinese Language Course at USP. How she gets on will be covered in this regular diary.

Features


« Previous  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8    61  Next »