Honour underwhelms artist

Thursday January 03, 2019

“I think there was a letter or something that came last week but I don't even know. Maybe that is what you're talking about?”

Locals dominate tourism business

Thursday January 03, 2019

A casual survey conducted by the Cook Islands Tourism Industry Council has found 83 per cent of the tourism businesses operating from the main road on Rarotonga are owned by Cook Islanders.

A tourist has documented his love affair with the Cook Islands in a book called, “How I Fell in Love with an Island”.

No fireworks to welcome the New Year

Saturday December 29, 2018

Fireworks are off the menu at celebrations to welcome the 2019 New Year at Muri beach tonight.

Three Cook Islanders have been named on the New Year Honours List for their services to New Zealand’s community.

‘Least suitable’

Monday December 31, 2018

A Chinese survey has found nearly half of 100 countries assessed, including the Cook Islands, may not be a good fit for the ‘Belt and Road’ global trade and investment plan because of financing and infrastructure weaknesses.

The ultimate dining experience

Saturday December 29, 2018

Nestled on a cliff in black rock is Antipodes, a Mediterranean-styled villa and restaurant with spectacular views.

The Ngati Potoru (Aketaau and Ngavii branch) family reunion began on Thursday, with 340 members gathered to enjoy the event.

Welfare payments are released early

Saturday December 29, 2018

The welfare payments for the January 1, 2019 were made available to all Cook Island beneficiaries yesterday at their respective BCI branches. 

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