Outer Islands

Aitutaki awards launch Tourism Week

Wednesday September 27, 2017

Tourism Week got off to a great start on Aitutaki on Monday with the A1 Meitaki Awards ceremony.

The GEF Small grants schools composting training programme has officially arrived to the northern Cook Islands starting off with Manihiki henua and Rakahanga henua.

At the height of its pineapple industry between the 1970s to mid-1980s, Mangaia had a population of over 1000 people.

The proposed Aitutaki marina, which caused some controversy among residents on the island, has made limited progress since its announcement in 2015.

Beautiful tivaivai shown on Atiu

Friday September 08, 2017

Rima Bob of the Enuamanu Catholic and Island Women’s Council says she was amazed at the high standard of craftsmanship evident in a show of traditional tivaivai held on Atiu last Friday. 

Youngsters working to help lagoon

Friday September 01, 2017

A team of students from Araura College on Aitutaki has launched a public awareness campaign aimed at reducing harmful chemicals from entering the lagoon.

The one and only tour bus on Mangaia, owned by Maui Peraua and Lynn Martin, took all the participants in a tour guiding course being run on the island on a training tour on Wednesday.

The government’s ambitious target of having the Cook Islands 100 per cent reliant on renewable energy by 2020 continues to move forward.

Science sparks Mauke creativity

Monday August 07, 2017

Making that happen for students at Mauke School requires creative resourcing, gifts from friends and family, and many days and nights thinking, planning and preparing.

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