Cook Islands Tourism Corporation will launch Epetoma o te Turoto or Tourism Week on Monday, with the theme, “2017 the Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development”, which has been declared by the United Nations.
Rarotonga will benefit from a $6900 dental grant made by the Wrigley Company Foundation and the New Zealand Dental Association (NZDA).
Marae Moana director Jacqui Evans recently attended the International Marine Protected Areas Congress in La Serena, Chile. She shares information on an environmental topic that affects many Pacific Island countries, including the Cook Islands.
The family of a woman who died in Rarotonga Hospital earlier this month have called on the government to initiate a full inquiry into her death.
A local man has been found not guilty on a charge of indecent assault after a jury of 12 found the Crown did not prove beyond reasonable doubt that he was guilty.
The graduation of Cook Islands from a “developing” to “developed” nation status next year is not fully viable given current challenges and lack of resources, says finance minister Mark Brown.