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Right: Air Rarotonga flies daily to Aitutaki but they could have to stop their Sunday service
Aitutaki Sunday flights controversy hots up
Manihiki and Penrhyn join solar revolution
Support boost for Islands' businesswomen
Cut price petrol is birthday gift to the Islands
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A tattoo with a hidden meaning, a dead body and an hallucinogenic potion all feature in a new BBC supernatural drama filmed on the Cook Islands and now showing in the UK and  US
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The caviar of the Cook Islands
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 island also has the only freshwater lakes in the Cooks.   They account for two thirds of the island and  they're teeming with prawns and a type of eel that islanders compare to caviar
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Rotonui from the shore
1st: Dancer of the year finals
4th-8th: Golden Oldies rugby festival
10th: Celebrating Cook Islands mothers
7th-13th: International triathlon week
13th-19th: Vaka festival
22nd-23rd: Vaka racing
27th: Opera in Rarotonga
29th: Arias in Aitutaki
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