Cook Islanders visit mosque

Cook Islanders visit mosque

After the recent Christchurch massacre, Cook Islanders Dr Roro Daniel and Dr Jenny Te Paa Daniel visited the Al Noor mosque this month, one of two mosques that were attacked.

Brown clears air on sanitation

Finance minister Mark Brown says no decisions have been made on the national sanitation project for Rarotonga – Mei Te Vai Kite Vai.

Competition main factor in visitor dip

The major drop in visitor arrivals to the Cook Islands in February could have been a blessing in disguise for the local industry.

Talbot thanks South Island billets

As James Talbot continues his 3200-kilometre walk on the Te Araroa Trail in New Zealand, he slowly updates his journal when given the opportunity.

Muslims feel safe in the Cook Islands

“We are safe and free to practice our religious beliefs,” says an Islamic believer residing in the Cook Islands.

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