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Traditional Cook Islands vaka Marumaru Atua is all set for a new skipper with the assistance of Maritime Cook Islands.

The Commonwealth War Graves Commission has accepted the New Zealand Defence Force’s recommendation to add the names of six Cook Islands army privates to their records.

Valentine’s Day wedding

Saturday February 15, 2020

After 17 years of being together and working hard to ensure they have a beautiful family together, Stewart Pita and Apii Tua decided to tie the knot.

Getting you home safely

Friday February 14, 2020

Recent spate of fatal accidents has spurred a Rarotonga resident to start sober driving service on the island.

Tonight, parents and their children can spend a special time together at the Vaka Boom Family Youth night event.

Work has begun on upgrading the water and power lines at Avatiu harbour in preparation for the new police patrol boat. The tail end of ex-tropical Cyclone Sarai smashed the western side of Rarotonga on New Year’s Day. With boats docked in the port hammered by the sea swells; the police patrol boat Te Kukupa shunted its mooring due to the extreme weather. Pictured here are workers constructing the bollard. The contractor for the project is the McConnell Dowell Construction Company. 20021306

Home away from home

Thursday February 13, 2020

Family of Belgian tourist who is buried here pays tribute to ‘his paradise’.

Chefs set to cook up a storm

Thursday February 13, 2020

Kimi Ona was raised in an environment of cooks.

For her preparing and cooking food was a family affair and part of her daily life.

New lease of life for meeting house

Thursday February 13, 2020

Village elders plan to revive a popular meeting place for young ones.

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