Entries for a competition to find a logo to market the Cook Islands overseas were considered on Tuesday, but a winner has not yet been chosen.
The organiser of the inaugural Cook Islands Salon Culinaire competition has urged more industry members to get involved next year.
The Business Trade and Investment Board (BTIB) is looking to tighten the net on foreign investors coming to the Cook Islands without registering with the board.
An American professor delivered a public lecture on plans to militise the Pacific last Wednesday night, cautioning Pacific nations to safeguard their resources.
An American professor will give a public lecture today about plans to militise the Pacific.
Pacific Resort unveiled a new $150,000 laundry facility yesterday.
Government officials met yesterday to discuss ways to assist the Cook Islands’ private sector in trading overseas.
Tourism is a “double-edged sword”, said vice director of the World Heritage Institute Ron van Oers at the second day of the four-day World Heritage Workshop on Tuesday.
Police are nearing the end of an island-wide dog control programme that began in April, amid concerns there are still too many dogs on Rarotonga.