More than 400 nurses will attend the 19th South Pacific Nurses Forum (SPCN) 2018 hosted by the Cook Islands Nurses Association (CINA) that opens on Monday.
Puzzled in Paradise, which has been trading for almost 18 months, was born from an idea from Marisa Summers’ son Jacob who is now 11.
Young Cook Islands public servants Angelia Williams, Kate Ngatokorua, Sandee Cook, Shaun Teaurima and Tayla Beddoes left for Guangdong, China today to represent the Cook Islands at a People’s Republic of China’s programme designed for young leaders.
The Cook Islands High Commission in New Zealand will return to its Chancery premises in Mulgrave Street, Wellington, next month after a prolonged absence caused by the 2016 Kaikoura earthquakes.
Young Cook Islands women who have returned to their home country will share their experiences and achievements at a Business and Professional Women’s (BPW) presentation, next Tuesday evening.
Increasing the age when people are allowed to consume alcohol to 20 would not only reduce motor accident deaths, but would help curb other social problems affecting the Cook Islands, an island resident says.