Hot on the Rock
When Kura Happ leads a group of Australian and Canadian tourists out on the Rarotonga reef, her goal isn’t to makes lots of money – it’s to show local kids they can stay home and build a dream, it’s to build on her own dream, and it’s to make the world a more sustainable place by changing one perspective at a time. Story by Rachel Reeves, photos by Alisha Street.
The continued hammering and grinding in the new megastore means staff can’t hear people on the phone – but that’s not stopping the customers.
Rarotonga Brewery recently celebrated a major milestone in the company’s history. By choosing not to bottle their popular Cook Islands Lager, the company has helped to stop over one million glass bottles from entering the landfill.
Poko Nelio, fondly known as ‘a rocket in a pocket’ for her incredible memory for details and sprightly service in the hospitality industry, recently opened her very own food business.
A New Zealand-based distributor of high quality safari/glamping tents is suggesting a cost effective accommodation opportunity for local tourism market.