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Cooks ship detained

Thursday July 18, 2019

A Maritime Cook Islands surveyor arrives in Scotland today to check the condition of a Cooks-flagged cargo ship at the centre of an international row.

Back home with a vision to deliver

Wednesday July 17, 2019

Tanga Morris returned to the Cook Islands with a vision to give back to her homeland and to put to use what she has learnt from abroad.

Model of new patrol boat delivered

Wednesday July 17, 2019

A nationwide competition to name the new police patrol boat will soon be on the cards, says the police commissioner.

The Cook Islands Maori language continues to be at threat of extinction warns High Commissioner to New Zealand Elizabeth Wright-Koteka, saying recovery needs to start now.

Cook Islands patients referred for medical care in New Zealand often get lost in the system, unable to understand how it works.

As the influence of Asian countries continue to grow in the Pacific region, Cook Islands’ new diplomatic relations with Indonesia will enable an upsurge in migrant workers coming here.

Islanders won't abandon Penrhyn/Tongareva, yet. Inspection reveals how far the coasts and livelihoods are eroding on our most endangered islands.

Brigade’s message of hope

Monday July 15, 2019

In many places around the world, being a girl is challenging, but there is always hope.

Police are warning locals and visitors to exercise care with high numbers of tourists expected and Te Maeva Nui beginning next week.

Showering inferno

Saturday July 13, 2019

There may be little risk of a Hollywood-style skyscraper inferno in Rarotonga, where few buildings are as tall as the coconut palms.

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