It was a hard day of fishing on Saturday with a beautiful flat sea and no one claiming the $1000 heaviest tuna prize - which had to weigh in at least 20kg in the 14th Don Beer Snr Memorial Heaviest Tuna fishing competition.
Executive members of local organics group Natura Kuki Arani (NKA) hope to bring back new lessons about organic growing after attending conferences in Fiji.
Police say the long weekend ended with noise complaints, wilful damage and two motorbike incidents.
Cook Islands Police will require an official report on the missing Indonesian crewman from the fishing company before proceeding with the standard requirements.
Cook Islands Prime Minister Mark Brown got the full welcome when he arrived back in Rarotonga.
Vaka Marumaru Atua is back in the water after seven months on dry dock during cyclone season when maintenance work is carried out by the crew.
A turtle tour operator is urging the community to work together and report any suspicious activity to the police.
The Kōrero o te 'Ōrau's 'Ātui'anga ki te Tango students Siana Whatarau and Winton Herman have arrived in Tromso, Norway for their Arctic journey.
Cook Islands has made calls for “ghost gear” to be included in the Plastic Treaty as it impacts marine life and the marine food chain, and is a significant cause of marine litter. By Nannette Woonton/SPREP.
Safety and security are paramount to Airport Authority Cook Islands (AACI) who have introduced the new identification (ID) card system that will not only strengthen the airport’s defences but also enhance operational efficiencies within its organisation.
Te Marae Ora Ministry of Health is expected to launch a five-year Strategic Plan for the National Health Sector by the end of this month.
New Zealand Governor-General, Her Excellency Dame Cynthia Kiro will visit the Cook Islands this week as a guest of the Head of State, the King’s Representative, Sir Tom Marsters, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Immigration (MFAI) said in a statement.
Hawaiian Airlines and Jetstar flights, from Sydney, could bring close to $20 million into the Cook Islands economy every year.
The safety of young children participating in sports activities at the Tupapa Maraerenga field prompted the construction of the new Rangi Marumaru Water Station.
Vodafone Cook Islands terminated its services to the Office of the Prime Minister due to unpaid bills – leaving dozens of Government agencies with no phone services.
World Parrot Day celebrated on May 31 gives us a good excuse to bring more attention to a couple of our own brightly coloured lorikeets that come under the parrot family.
A well-known New Zealand mental performance coach is to give Cook Islanders the opportunity to learn some of the tricks of his trade.
Applications are being sought from Cook Islands emerging female leaders in sport, physical activity, dance, and traditional physical activities to attend the Pacific Women’s Sports Leadership Programme in 2023, delivered in partnership with Pasifika SIS Sisters in Sport.
Cook Islands Police have confirmed that the Chinese longliners fishing in the Cook Islands waters are conducting a search for the missing Indonesian crewman.
A man has been sentenced to community service after failing to pay his weekly reparations.
One of the teenagers who burglarised two prominent Rarotonga businesses will face sentencing in August.
A Justice of the Peace has reserved her decision over whether a woman who pulled another person’s hair in a domestic altercation was guilty of assault.