THE Taio Shipping Services boat which was to have left for Manihiki yesterday will now leave sometime today, depending on how long it takes to load cargo aboard the vessel.

Resort reunion marks a homecoming

Monday December 17, 2018

The Rarotongan Beach Resort & Lagoonarium celebrated this weekend in true Cook Islands fashion, with fluorescent coloured T-shirts and feasting and flowers and dancing and singing and speeches, the reunion of staff and all associated with the resort through years.

Fiji charter flights ‘canned’

Monday December 17, 2018

Two charter flights that were to have offered non-stop travel to and from Fiji during the festive season, have been cancelled.

On schedule for tonight rain or shine, is the annual Tropical Christmas Club Free Movie Night at 6pm.

The Cook Islands is about to become part of an astonishing international museum project that commemorates those soldiers who did not return home from World War I.

Christmas is usually a time for giving and celebrating.

Reunion honours tourism history

Friday December 14, 2018

The Rarotongan Beach Resort & Lagoonarium is hosting a reunion for past and present staff as well as returning guests, landowners, and the public this weekend.

A festive gathering at Ngatipa on Wednesday night was tinged with a little sadness with the imminent departure of New Zealand High Commissioner Peter Marshall and his wife Pamela.

During my weekly Saturday trip to Punanga Nui market in Avarua, I visited a new local business at the market.

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