Immigration sets out new rules

Monday September 03, 2018

Proposed new immigration legislation and regulations aim to manage the travel, entry, stay and departure from the country of non-Cook Islanders to support the “success, safety and security” of the Cook Islands, says Principal Immigration Officer Kairangi Samuela.

Mata George started selling his expertly-woven kikau baskets almost as soon as his display, opposite CITC Liquor was set up last Saturday.

High tea spreads the love for mamas

Saturday September 01, 2018

“I am humbled by the generosity and love shown to our mamas today,” said a tearful Mama Nga Teao Papatua.

Travelling the world, thumbs out

Saturday September 01, 2018

Hitchhikers Lena Beier from Germany, Martyna Ksiazek from Poland and Cassandra Martin from London did not know each other before they met at the International Backpackers in Arorangi last week.

An interesting line up of local and international speakers will be the highlight of a gala charity dinner and motivational evening to be held at the newly-established Laguna Restaurant in Titikaveka tonight.

Fudge always a firm favourite

Wednesday August 29, 2018

The Cooks Fudge Factory’s reputation often precedes them, and has spread possibly all the way around the world, as visitors come to buy the retail outlet’s indulgent treats.

When I boarded the Raro Reef Sub Marine Life Eco Tour one Friday morning recently, I expected to see plenty of fish.

Rongohiva Watersports is to close down its popular waterpark at Avatiu Harbour until a safe location for it can be found.

Church celebrates our culture

Tuesday August 28, 2018

Celebration Church celebrated the culture of the Cook Islands at their annual “Te Atua Mou” service on Sunday. 

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