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In the Cook Islands the creation and performance of dances and songs, and doing this well, not only demonstrates skill, that is, how gifted one is, but is also about sharing this gift with others, whether locals or tourists.
The Missionaries of the London Missionary Society had an enormous impact on Cook Islands life, spiritually, economically, politically and linguistically.
A still lower 2 percent backing was established for uncirculated and proof coins and coin sets and for uncut notes and souvenir sets (Cook Islands Government 1989).
The Cook Islands was placed on the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) list of Non-Cooperative Countries and Territories (NCCT) since 2000.
A pre-arranged itinerary had been organised with the generous assistance of the Chief Librarian of the Cook Islands and, as English is commonly spoken, there were no language difficulties.
Some things in life are worth making a bit of effort for - and a holiday in the Cook Islands is definitely one of them.
Welcome to the Cook Islands, 15 small atolls in the South Pacific spread over an area the size of India with a population of just 14,000, where Maori traditions and international programs seamlessly protect and nurture the environment.
In 1982 research began into creating a cultured pearl industry in the Cook Islands similar to that of French Polynesia.
Roundtrip voyages from Papeete, Tahiti, explore French Polynesia's Society Islands and Cook Islands; one-way cruises between Tahiti and Fiji visit Tonga and the Cook Islands.
Wales were unimpressive against the Cook Islands up to half-time on Sunday, when they were being held to 6-6.
SCOTT Gibbs reckons Wales will turn up the heat on the Cook Islands today but has told Iestyn Harris and Kieron Cunningham to put plans to switch codes on the back-burner.