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Economy

Mentors ready to help businesses

Wednesday January 23, 2019

Sooner rather than later those who are starting into business, or have established businesses and need sound impartial advice and support, are strongly advised to sign up for the upcoming mentoring programme, scheduled to begin in March.

Focus on destination development

Tuesday January 08, 2019

The Cook Islands Tourism Corporation will focus on key destination development initiatives to boost the industry this year.

Tepaki to release $300m plan

Saturday January 05, 2019

Merchant of Paradise plans to release its $300 million “integration development” plan for the outer islands and part one of Merchant of Paradise’s two-part “Paradise Prosperity Plan” to the government next week.

More to receive Christmas bonus

Friday December 21, 2018

The government will pay out the annual Christmas bonus to eligible beneficiaries today.

Locals value tourism - survey

Wednesday December 19, 2018

A survey has found that an overwhelming number of Cook Islanders feel that tourism is good for the country.

A large delegation of Cook Islands government officials from the environment, marine and seabed mineral sectors, together with representatives from Te Ipukarea Society and Korero o te Orau attended a three day conference in Nairobi, Kenya, on the role of the Blue Economy in advancing the achievement of sustainable development and the 2030 Agenda.

Cruise ships hit by bad weather

Tuesday November 27, 2018

About 20 per cent of the cruise ships to the Cook Islands this year were unable to transfer passengers to the shore during their visits to Rarotonga and Aitutaki.

The Rarotongan Beach Resort & Lagoonarium, previously known as the Rarotongan Beach Resort and Spa, has been recognised as the best family resort (or hotel) in the Pacific Islands.

Cruise ship cancels island visit

Wednesday November 14, 2018

The captain of the visiting cruise ship Maasdam decided to cancel plans to bring passengers ashore by tender after becoming concerned about northerly sea swells off Avatiu early in the morning.

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