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Ministry of Marine Resources’ assistant VMS analyst Tanga Morris joined the Sea Education Association’s (SEA) Sailing School Vessel (SSV) Brigantine Robert C. Seamans when it departed Avatiu Harbour on Wednesday for Palmerston Island.

Empowering and inspiring emerging Cook Islands designers through culture and environment to promote creativity in fashion, is the theme behind a new event initiated by the Ministry of Cultural Development (MOCD).

James Talbot has two more weeks to complete the Te Areroa Trail of 3200 kilometres in New Zealand.

Tall ship calls in

Friday May 24, 2019

The Tall Ship the SSV Robert C. Seamans called into Avatiu harbour on Monday morning with a stop-over during its five-week educational voyage.

Call to reveal meth dealers

Friday May 24, 2019

The call to reveal methamphetamine users and dealers before it affects the future generation of the Cook Islands has been made on social media.

It’s World Turtle Day

Thursday May 23, 2019

Today is World Turtle Day – an annual celebration that has been taking place since 2000. 

Turtleman refutes rescue report

Thursday May 23, 2019

The Turtleman Tours owner-operator has refuted claims made against them of a recent mishap in the Avaavaroa Passage.

The Vainekeus won the $30000 Nukutere College Monster raffle drawn on Friday evening at the school grounds,  and are pictured receiving their cheque yesterday afternoon.

Just over two years old, the ship weighs 20,000 tons, is 64 metres in length and has a crew of 23 of which five are female.

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