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New road safety law could include mobile phone ban
Ambitious 20 year plan to transform Avarua town
Ban on China arrivals to keep out coronavirus
Miss Cook Islands honoured by her home island
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7-12 Mar: Golden ukelele festival
12 Mar: Composers competition
12-14 Mar: Open marlin fishing tournament, Aitutaki
New in 2020
13 Mar: Penrhyn gospel day
23-26 Mar: Pursuit in Paradise Aitutaki marathon
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The definitive guide to ALL of the Cook Islands....a trusted, independent source since 2004...created with help from and dedicated to the people of the Islands.  Kia Manuia (may you walk this way again)
Only a handful of tourists visit MITIARO each year, even though it's a short flight from Rarotonga.  But visitors will discover a neat and beautiful place with crystal clear pools in limestone caves. The only freshwater lakes in the Cooks also cover two thirds of the island and  they're teeming with prawns and a type of eel that islanders compare to caviar
  "A  magical untouched little island gem in the South Pacific. Definitely worth a visit !"  Mitiaoro through a visitor's eyes

Mitiaro from the air
DISCOVER THE REAL COOK ISLANDS
"Around The Corner From Nowhere - The Cook Islands Rediscovered" is my just published e-Book which blends my own first-hand accounts of visiting the islands with those shared with me by other travellers and islanders themselves.
Full of fascinating facts, information and insight into all 15 islands
READ THE FIRST FEW PAGES     Click here to see the book in the Amazon store