Cooks kids are falling behind in school, taking time out to attend week-long wakes for distant relatives across the Pacific.

Cook Islands’ most colourful native bird, the kukupa, will always be held close to the hearts of the Rarotonga and Atiu communities – and one young Rarotonga girl has proved it.

A Cook Islands endurance walker is braving massive storms as he tried to complete the last few days of walking the length of New Zealand.

‘Rarotonga is now lost to turtles’

Rarotonga is “lost” as a turtle nesting site – but the battle is on to save their habitats in other islands.

Social Centre is not a rubbish tip

Wednesday June 05, 2019

Those using the Social Centre area in Arorangi are urged to take responsibility and stop using it as a waste dumping ground.

League legend shares glory

Wednesday June 05, 2019

Rau Nga was a pivot of play in Cook Islands rugby league – but not on the field.

COOK ISLANDS aviation stalwart Ewan Smith has spent his life getting Cook Islanders airborne – whether as pilots or air travellers – and it’s to them he has dedicated his Queen’s Birthday honour.

Just a week to go and Creative Trail walker James Talbot will be reuniting with his family.

Minister George (Maggie) Angene in his capacity as the member of Parliament for Tupapa-Maraerenga, recently put a call out to businesses to assist in a drive for new equipment and machinery to help with the cleaning and maintenance of the village.

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