Constitution Day: A nation’s strength in its people

Constitution Day: A nation’s strength in its people

Cook Islands pride was on full display at the National Auditorium yesterday for the Constitution Day , Ra Uitianga Reva.

‘Long game’: Tourism delays ad drive

As other Pacific nations begin marketing their beaches and resorts in anticipation of a travel bubble, Cook Islands is holding off. 

Nearly 500 new faces in Cooks despite shutdown

Cook Islands has welcomed 483 residents and work permit holders since relaxing border restrictions in June.

Te Marae Ora reports on ‘probable’ dengue case for Pukapuka

Pukapuka locals are being vigilant to ensure they have no dengue cases, says the Island Administration, and insists a reported case was a false alarm.

Unemployed workers seek jobs on government site

Eleven vacancies have been advertised on an Internal Affairs website as the agency tries to offer solutions for those laid off in the Covid-19 downturn.

National

First Vaimaanga night market

First Vaimaanga night market

First Vaimaanga night market

First Vaimaanga night market

First Vaimaanga night market

First Vaimaanga night market

First Vaimaanga night market

First Vaimaanga night market

First Vaimaanga night market

First Vaimaanga night market

First Vaimaanga night market

Sport

Panthers score comeback win

Panthers score comeback win

Panthers score comeback win

Panthers score comeback win

Panthers score comeback win

Panthers score comeback win

Panthers score comeback win

Panthers score comeback win

Opinion

Features

Dancers overcome nerves on stage

Dancers overcome nerves on stage

Dancers overcome nerves on stage

Dancers overcome nerves on stage

Dancers overcome nerves on stage