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Creative Trail walker James Talbot has less than 68 days to go as he continues his walk in the North Island following the 3200 kilometre Te Araroa Trail in New Zealand.

Tourism promotes destination

Monday April 08, 2019

Cook Islands Tourism Corporation officials have been attending travel shows in the United States and Canada to promote the destination in the leading North American markets.

The major drop in visitor arrivals to the Cook Islands in February could have been a blessing in disguise for the local industry.

People showed their support for autism awareness wearing blue yesterday, some businesses went ahead and did extra by adding the colour to their premises.

Four huge water tanks take to road

Saturday April 06, 2019

The McConnell Dowell construction team has almost finished transporting the first of the large steel water filter tanks to be used in stage two of the Te Mato Vai project.

Water team checks intakes

Saturday April 06, 2019

Infrastructure Cook Islands is advising the public that a water team has been working at intake sites around Rarotonga to ensure that supply resumes to normalcy this week.

Team Turama Pacific Travel Group not only turned out in their best blues yesterday to support Autism Cook Islands, but also made a donation of $2000 to the local group to support their on-going Autism Awareness programmes.

Wear blue today for autism

Friday April 05, 2019

Wear blue today to support Autism Cook Islands to create more awareness of the disorder.

Minister for Agriculture Rose Brown and Secretary Patrick Arioka attended the inaugural Agriculture Meeting that was held in Fiji this week.

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