New turtle society Te Ara O Te Onu, is making headway with turtle research in Rarotonga with a goal to find out what the turtle population looks like in our waters.
Swimming with whales for the first time was spiritual and emotional for Charlotte Piho – and especially photographing a mother and her calf.
Cook Islander Teina Mackenzie has called for Pacific Island Leaders to support a 10-year moratorium on seabed mining and is asking them to prioritize the health of Pacific communities and recognise values beyond economic gain.
Tuvalu Prime Minister Enele Sopoaga praised ‘seasoned guru’ Henry Puna in yesterday’s Small Island Developing States meeting.
Plastic Free July is approaching, and with the Cook Islands cabinet recently banning many single-use plastics, we deal this week with a recent initiative to reduce plastic use in our close neighbour, Samoa.
Local non-government organisations Te Ipukarea Society and Kōrero O Te ‘Ōrau recently sourced funding for an independent legal opinion on the draft Seabed Minerals Bill 2019. This is the fourth in a series of articles outlining key points raised in the 51-page opinion.
The question of whether treated wastewater should be dispersed of on land or into the ocean was the focus of a public meeting in Muri last week.