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A Cook Island family in Auckland, looking to return their father to his final resting place in Rarotonga, is ecstatic to have heard the news that the Cook Islands will reopen its borders.
The Cook Islands will reopen its borders to Cook Islanders and work permit holders in two weeks, the Prime Minister Henry Puna has announced.
She's the latest sibling to represent the Cook Islands in canoe slalom, but Jane Nicholas is claiming a family first after being named the Cook Islands Sportswoman of the Year.
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A quarter-of-a-million dollar research grant is hoped to offer a breakthrough in mental health care on the Cook Islands. Audio
She's the third sibling to represent the Cook Islands in canoe slalom, but Jane Nicholas is claiming a family first after being named the Cook Islands Sportswoman of the Year. Audio
Pressure is mounting for New Zealand to make a Pacific 'travel bubble' a priority along with, or even ahead of, opening its borders with Australia.
An environmental activist in the Cook Islands says the government must listen to the experts on the merits of seabed mining.
The Cook Islands deputy prime minister has rejected criticism of a government charter flight to remote communities.
An Auckland University study aims to provide a better understanding of how the Cook Islands are impacted by mental health issues.
A proposed law would set a time limit on how long foreigners can stay and work in the Cook Islands.
The Cook Islands Finance Minister says a resumption of tourist travel from New Zealand would be a huge boost for his country's economy.
The Cook Islands Government hopes another injection of money will help the country come through the coronavirus crisis.
A Cook Islands man who's fighting a new law that makes it compulsory for motorcyclists to wear helmets says it's a waste of time.
Cook Islands event promoter Glenda Tuaine says the economic crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic is set to catapult a new so-called 'creative economy'.
A senior official in the Cook Islands Government has appeared in court after refusing a breath alcohol or blood test.
The Cook Islands biggest cultural festival, Te Maeva Nui, has been cancelled because of the impact of the Covid-19 threat.
The Cook Islands Private Sector Taskforce says businesses need an immediate capital injection to survive the effects of Covid-19.