Cook Islander Adrian Teotahi designed a new To Tatou Vai logo to give identity to the island’s water authority.

Stoic in the ruins

Monday August 12, 2019

WHAT do you get when you combine one of the Cook Islands leading writers with a renowned painter?

Fa’afaite, the double-hulled vaka from Tahiti, left our shores yesterday morning after an intimate farewell ceremony at the harbour attended by Pa Ariki, Karika Ariki, Vakatini Ariki, Marumaru Atua crew and friends.

A proposed ra’ui on the Ava’avaroa passage to ban all activity is looming over tour operators.

The owners who leased land at Avana Point to a wealthy expat have been encouraged to register the historic site for protection.

Stars as accurate as instruments

Tuesday August 27, 2019

Tahitian vaka Fa’afaite leaves Rarotonga this morning – captained by a well-loved member of the Cook Islands Marumaru Atua crew.

A Cook Islands Tourism led community outreach initiative is making a positive impact on Aitutaki.

Members from other denominations are welcome to join next month’s Jehovah’s Witnesses regional convention.

Usually seen on his motorcycle with his beaming smile and a nod from his shiny head, a popular gentle man, Pastor Eliu Eliu will be missed.

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