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A QUESTION OF COCONUTS
As well as discovering who lives where and how they spend their lives, the most recent census asked about coconut consumption
PALMERSTON is so remote, it wasn't even properly positioned on maps until 1969. And this tiny island is owned and populated by the direct descendants of British man, William Marsters and his wives
Fifty years ago, Queen Elizabeth II opened Rarotonga airport and a host of celebrations have marked this pivotal point in Islands' history. Take a look back at that day in 1974 and at other British royal visits and connections.
Kukicast is the all new podcast where you can meet people who have a unique insight into this Polynesian paradise in the South Pacific.Click the link below or search for KUKICAST wherever you get your podcasts
MY COOK ISLANDS
"What could be more tempting than watching the pure beauty of the starry sky and shooting stars on the edge of a sandy beach with coconut palms behind you?"
Czechia astrophysicist Petr Horálek who provides a unique view of the night skies through his photography TAKE A LOOK