Good turnout at disaster workshop

Wednesday August 16, 2017

Representatives of the Cook Islands government, the New Zealand High Commission, the Japanese Embassy in New Zealand, members of the public and the private sector were among the 44 people who attended a disaster response workshop on Rarotonga on Monday.

Women artisans from Rarotonga and the Pa Enua showcased their products to a large gathering of Business & Professional Women’s Association members and guests at the Crown Beach Resort last Wednesday. 

Mystery of whale song

Wednesday August 16, 2017

Only male humpback whales sing songs.

Over the years, the Cook Islands Whale Research team has been graced with the presence of numerous world-renowned videographers, photographers, journalists, producers and researchers.

Police, Tourism to work more closely

Wednesday August 16, 2017

Following ongoing motorbike licencing issues and a recent complaint regarding licence testing, Police and Tourism say they will work closer together to solve issues faster, while balancing safety with visitor experience.

A container ship which has stood off Avatiu for the past five days won’t be able to berth until strong winds drop – which might not be until Friday or Saturday.

Top cop checks alleged stabbing

Wednesday August 16, 2017

A recent High Court case which saw a young man discharged without conviction on a charge of common assault is being reviewed by Police Commissioner Maara Tetava.

The Rarotongan Fijian community is mourning the loss of one of their sons.

It was standing room only in the Aroa Nui Community Hall for Vaka Puaikura’s dance team’s concert fundraiser spectacular on Saturday evening.

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