Cook Islands Prime Minister Henry Puna was welcomed to Tuvalu by a gathering of children who ushered him into the government’s open fale house.
A call from Pacific leaders to maximise money from the Green Climate Fund will drive a wedge between countries in desperate need of climate change help.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Immigration has outlined its strategy for the future – so it was only appropriate that a Cook Islander of the future laid down the ministry’s challenge.
The owners of a Rarotonga holiday home have apologised to a former guest Bridie Henderson after pressure from Cook Islands Tourism – but other guests say they too are owed apologies.
A large mound of plastic ropes was dragged in from the reef in Turangi by a family of tourists after they discovered the debris caught in the reef while they were walking down the beach.