Jonathan Milne

Jonathan Milne

Government concerns about Australians spreading Covid-19 through a Pacific bubble.

These are fish one could never eat from the Rarotonga lagoon, without risking poisoning.

A long-awaited mental health unit is being built at Rarotonga Hospital.

When a tourist found little Ponu in the harbour, the green sea turtle was white.

The passing of tourism leader Sue Fletcher-Vea, who died of cardiac arrest at just 52, has brought new clarity to her work with Dr Evangelene Daniela-Wong to help Cook Islanders manage the stress and anxiety of Covid.

Dolphins befriend lone whale

Saturday June 13, 2020

A young male humpback has been frolicking alone off Rarotonga for the past couple of weeks – until he was befriended by a pod of dolphins.

Air New Zealand hopes to be flying tourists into Cook Islands "sooner rather than later" – and earlier than the August or September creation of a trans-Tasman bubble.

There are two seasons in the Cook Islands – summer and cool. Do you know when is the cool season? Be part of today's quiz to find out.

Do you on what date is Ponu the green turtle to be released? Or Which bird is nicknamed the Laughing Jackass? Be part of today's quiz to find out.

The Rugby League World Cup starts in 500 days and last night, the Cook Islands teams learned where they will be based playing their home games. 

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