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The Cook Islands government is concerned about the impact on national fisheries revenue after United States gave Pacific Island nations notice on its plans to withdraw from the South Pacific Tuna Treaty.

Purse seining FADs a necessity: Ponia

Tuesday November 10, 2015

In the deep blue waters of the Cook Islands, fish aggregating devices are necessary to attract skipjack tuna and allow the government to dip into the pot of international fishing gold.

The Cook Islands Tourism Corporation is calling on the government to make a decision on the future of controversial Sunday flights to Aitutaki.

MFEM sticking by budget report

Wednesday November 04, 2015

Financial Secretary Richard Neves has issued a press release to explain the government’s additional spending during the last financial year.

Tourism welcomes new blood

Tuesday November 03, 2015

A new group of passionate individuals have been charged with the task of leading tourism in the Cook Islands towards a brighter future.

Samoan PM opens new insurance firm

Tuesday November 03, 2015

 Samoan Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi officially opened the FPI office in the Cook Islands in Rarotonga on Wednesday last week.

Two big cruise ships have already been and gone from The Rock in recent days as plans are well underway for more marketing and promotion of the Cook Islands as a cruise destination. 

Bank launches global brand in Pacific

Saturday October 31, 2015

ANZ this week announced a new direction for its advertising across the Pacific, connecting to the bank’s global brand campaign launched in May this year.

Rarotonga received an influx of tourists from the luxury cruise ship MA Amsterdam yesterday.

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