High school students are expected to be among the main participants in a Maritime Careers Expo to be held at the port of Avatiu on Monday.
The Climate Change Cook Islands Division and Emergency Management Cook Islands Division of the Office of the Prime Minister will host their quarterly platform meeting on Monday from 4-6pm at the USP Centre.
A team of archaeologists from the United Kingdom currently visiting Rarotonga have discovered the historical Ara Nui o Toi or Ara Metua, otherwise known as the back road.
Toxic smells still coming from the burned-out shell of the Friendly Mart store have prompted a warning from the National Environment Service for people to keep away from the Arorangi building.
Leading into Te Maeva Nui and the expected arrival of 2000 extra people on Rarotonga, the National Environment Service, Te Aponga Uira and local schools have banded together in a community-minded waste initiative that will make a real difference to the island environment.
Tuesday June 19 was a special day for the Matavera Fishing Club Association – it marked the blessing of the organisation’s new fishing boat “Rangiatea 2”, funded by the India Grant Fund programme.
The Ministry of Marine Resources (MMR) yesterday launched the Cook Islands National Aquatic Biosecurity Strategy, which will serve as a roadmap for setting national standards for imports, exports and for the health management of aquatic species.
Two months after the National Environment Service has ordered the owner of an Akaoa property to stop dumping and stockpiling waste on a large area of land near the back road, rubbish is still accumulating there.
The body of a five metre-long Cuvier’s beaked whale which washed ashore in the lagoon off Vaimaanga late yesterday morning attracted a small crowd of curious onlookers as it was cut up for later examination.