Meet the head Marsters Posted 14.10.2019

The Cook Islands’ monarchical presence for the next three years was greatly enhanced when H.E. Sir Tom Marsters KBE was popularly reappointed as the country’s...

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Live and work in the Cook Islands: There is no place quite like it! Posted 21.04.2019

The Cook Islands is now one of the South Pacific’s most popular holiday hotspots, with steadily increasing numbers of visitors from New Zealand, Australia, North...

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Everything you need to know about learning kite boarding in Rarotonga Posted 03.12.2018

How easy is it to learn how to kiteboarding on a holiday? The average time frame from knowing nothing, to confidently flying a kite and...

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The happy chef from Mangaia Posted 01.10.2018

Married to renowned Cook Islands ‘foodie’ and cookbook author Sue Carruthers Brown, Robbie Brown is a humble and proud Mangaian-born man; he is also head...

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Meet Jack Cooper, restaurateur of Trader Jacks fame Posted 02.09.2018

Jack Cooper plans to write an autobiography about his life in the Cook Islands and he intends to call it Forty Years Behind Bars, a...

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Tiare maori: beloved flower of the Cook Islands Posted 17.03.2018

Like edelweiss is to the Austrians, so the star-like tiare maori (Gardenia taitensis) is to Cook Islanders. Tiare maori is often used as a metaphor...

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Tiare maori: beloved flower of the Cook Islands Posted 10.07.2019

Like edelweiss is to the Austrians, so the star-like tiare maori (Gardenia taitensis) is to Cook Islanders. Tiare maori is often used as a metaphor...

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Tiare maori: beloved flower of the Cook Islands Posted 10.07.2019

Like edelweiss is to the Austrians, so the star-like tiare maori (Gardenia taitensis) is to Cook Islanders. Tiare maori is often used as a metaphor...

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From top gunner to Muri Lagoon Posted 10.03.2018 Celebrating 25 years in the lagoon cruising business, Tamaiva Tuavera, or as he is better known in the tourism industry, Captain Tama, or just Tama... Read this article