• Cook Islands Post Game Celebrations.

    via YouTube Capture

    published: 16 Jul 2013
  • Cook Islands Flashmob Therme Erding

    Filmed at Therme Erding, Munich Germany, May 23 2012. Dance Troop from the Cook Islands. Filming post production by www.Crushed-Eyes.com Production Rhett Lego www.TheConjointMarketingGroup.com. Thanks to Therme Erding. www.Therme-erding.de www.cookislands.travel

    published: 07 Jun 2012
  • Hillary Clinton Arrives In Rarotonga For 2012 Pacific Islands Post-Forum Dialogue.

    U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton arrives in the South Pacific nation of the Cook Islands for the Pacific Islands Forum. United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has arrived at the New Zealand High Commission for a one-on-one meeting with Prime Minister John Key. Ahead of the meeting with Key Clinton told leaders in a meeting following the Pacific Islands Forum, that America was proud of its historical ties to the region. She spoke of the United States' renewed focus in the Pacific and said they were happy to work with other donor nations, including China. "I think, after all, the Pacific is big enough for all of us." Clinton leads the most high-powered US delegation to even attend the forum. This afternoon she will announce $US32 million of new aid programmes in the...

    published: 31 Aug 2012
  • Head of Delegates Brief Post-APPC Statements - Cook Islands

    Heads of delegation were ask to briefly express what their take-away was from the conference.

    published: 26 Sep 2013
  • Christopher Taripo: Post Cook Islands v Tonga

    Christopher Taripo (Winger for the Cook Islands) talks to us about being named man of the match against Tonga and the three tries which he scored.

    published: 09 Nov 2013
  • Cook Island's Vacation Video

    The Music in this video is made by www.youtube.com/user/mistertranquility He has given me permission to post his music. This is a video put together of our pictures and video's from the cook islands

    published: 26 Feb 2012
  • The Cook Islands with Kids by The Blonde Nomads

    We had a great time exploring The Cook Islands with our kids and we are excited to share this highlight clip of our adventure with you. While staying in Rarotonga, we enjoyed 7 full days in paradise!! Our days where spent exploring above and below the stunning turquoise water which made us feel like we were living in a real life computer screen saver!!! Please read all about our awesome Cook Islands adventure in our blog post: http://www.theblondenomads.com.au/a-lovely-bunch-of-coconuts-in-paradise-the-blondies-visit-the-cook-islands/ The Cook Islands is a great location for a family holiday with so much to see and do, and we can’t wait to go back again to explore some more islands! We'd love you to follow our adventures: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theblondeno... Facebook: h...

    published: 27 Apr 2017
  • Anthem of the Cook Islands

    The Cook Islands (Māori: Kūki 'Āirani) are a self-governing parliamentary democracy in free association with New Zealand. Te Atua Mou E ("God is Truth"; also spelled Te Atua Mou'e) is the national anthem of the Cook Islands. It was adopted in 1982.

    published: 17 Jun 2010
  • THW Global Leader With Dream Vault Post.. Meet Me In Cook Islands

    http://www.THWGlobalWebinar.com Register For Our Live Webinars. Even if you can't make it, we'll send out the webinar replay to this list. Plus I have a special training to send you. *************************************************** Join THW Global Advertising Directly With Me: (I am the voice you hear in this training) http://thefunneldoc.com/join-me-in-thw ********************************** THW Global is going to transcend the home business space. There will ultimately be 10s of millions of IV's with THW Global. The question is how many of these multiple millions are going to be in your organization? We have developed five, 7 figure business interests prior to THW Global. Our aim for our audience is to teach them how to build a long-term, sustainable business with multip...

    published: 24 Aug 2016
  • Re-enactment of 1915 visit of Cook Islands soldiers to New Zealand Parliament (Full version)

    On 7 October 1915, 45 Cook Island soldiers marched to Parliament and visited the debating chamber. This is a commemoration of the event, held in the debating chamber of the New Zealand Parliament on 16 November 2016. The event was organised by the Cook Islands Soldiers of World War One organizing committee.

    published: 18 Nov 2016
  • Pacific Islands Leaders forum Rarotonga, Cook Islands 2012

    Prime Minister John Key along with other regional leaders is in Rarotonga for the Pacific Islands Leaders forum. The guest of honour this year is the US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. One News Pacific Correspondent, Barbara Dreaver is in Rarotonga with this story.

    published: 30 Aug 2012
  • Ali and the post box

    published: 16 Aug 2015
  • The Cook Islands: beautiful country... or no country?

    The Cook Islands, Avarua Is it a country, is it not a country? Sometimes it's hard to say. The Cook Islands have their own government, their own language and a defined national area where it's people live. They have their own money but everyone pays in New Zealand dollars. N.Z. is responsible for the Cook Islands defence and it's inhabitants have a New Zealand passport. The Cook Islands have no seat in the U.N. It's called a free association with New Zealand. An unusual constuction for an unusual island. But it sure is beautiful. I spent some days on the pristine beaches, drove along the 32 kilometer long coastal road and drank some very sweet cocktails. For the project Streets of the World this is the farthest country east from Amsterdam that I'll go. That is if it's a country. If it is...

    published: 14 May 2012
  • 9 Polynesian Foods to Try at the Polynesian Cultural Center

    Read the full post: http://migrationology.com/2015/06/polynesian-cultural-center-food/ When I was in Hawaii, on the same day as learning how to cook a pig in an imu, kind of a cross between and Hawaiian and Samoan version, I also had a chance to walk around the Polynesian Cultural Center and eat some of the main snacks they offered in what they call the Taste of Polynesia. The Polynesian Cultural Center is a center that aims to preserve the cultures of the main islands of Polynesia. The center is set up in villages, where there are traditional homes, and a series of performances from the country represented. To make things more well rounded, the Taste of Polynesia is basically a series of small snack bars that open and each serve a different set of Polynesian food snacks. We started in t...

    published: 17 Jun 2015
  • one-foot island arrival, Cook Islands

    Boat trip on Aitutaki lagoon, Cook Islands, One foot island was our lunch stop and got our passports stamped at the 'post office' - the shed was also the bar, bbq, and dinning for the buffet bbq tuna and salads.

    published: 19 Mar 2013
  • Zow - Music Video 2012 Summer Vacation Exclusive (filmed in the Cook Islands)

    Music video filmed on location around Rarotonga in the Cook Islands featuring ZoW family members Anthony the Great, Princess Michelle and the Godfather himself D.A.D. In this clip we get busy with Vanilla Ice, Afroman, Diddy - Dirty Money, Kelly Clarkson, Maroon 5 and Flo Rida... look out for special guest appearance by Mark Zow... Directed by Michelle Niszow Written by Michelle Niszow Post Production Editing by Michelle Niszow Executive Producer (man with the money - who is now broke) - D.A.D.

    published: 03 Mar 2012
Cook Islands Post Game Celebrations.

Cook Islands Post Game Celebrations.

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  • Updated: 16 Jul 2013
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via YouTube Capture
https://wn.com/Cook_Islands_Post_Game_Celebrations.
Cook Islands Flashmob Therme Erding

Cook Islands Flashmob Therme Erding

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  • Updated: 07 Jun 2012
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Filmed at Therme Erding, Munich Germany, May 23 2012. Dance Troop from the Cook Islands. Filming post production by www.Crushed-Eyes.com Production Rhett Lego www.TheConjointMarketingGroup.com. Thanks to Therme Erding. www.Therme-erding.de www.cookislands.travel
https://wn.com/Cook_Islands_Flashmob_Therme_Erding
Hillary Clinton Arrives In Rarotonga For 2012 Pacific Islands Post-Forum Dialogue.

Hillary Clinton Arrives In Rarotonga For 2012 Pacific Islands Post-Forum Dialogue.

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  • Updated: 31 Aug 2012
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U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton arrives in the South Pacific nation of the Cook Islands for the Pacific Islands Forum. United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has arrived at the New Zealand High Commission for a one-on-one meeting with Prime Minister John Key. Ahead of the meeting with Key Clinton told leaders in a meeting following the Pacific Islands Forum, that America was proud of its historical ties to the region. She spoke of the United States' renewed focus in the Pacific and said they were happy to work with other donor nations, including China. "I think, after all, the Pacific is big enough for all of us." Clinton leads the most high-powered US delegation to even attend the forum. This afternoon she will announce $US32 million of new aid programmes in the region. The focus of the new money will be climate change adaptation, renewable energy, fisheries, free trade and women's rights. "The United States is already invested in the Pacific, indeed we are increasing out investment, we will be here with you for the long haul," Clinton said. "How we work with you here in the Pacific is a very strong message to the people of the Pacific and even beyond and I take that very seriously." Media were asked to leave the post-forum meeting before China spoke despite being allowed to sit through speeches by Clinton and the Canadian and Japanese representatives. In a press conference last night Chinese Vice Foreign Minister said China was here to help, not dominate the Pacific. "We are here in this region not to seek any particular influence, still less dominance." Asked whether Clinton's presence was a response to concerns about growing Chinese influence in the region, Cui said we should ask her. "Secretary Clinton is arriving in a short while. You can ask her this question. I'm not her spokesperson." China was not in the Pacific to compete with anybody, he said. Earlier this week Prime Minister John Key raised eyebrows when he said China had "growing tentacles" around the world. Cui said he had met with Key and he was "very friendly". - © Fairfax NZ News Source: http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/7593279/Hillary-Clinton-says-Pacific-is-big-enough
https://wn.com/Hillary_Clinton_Arrives_In_Rarotonga_For_2012_Pacific_Islands_Post_Forum_Dialogue.
Head of Delegates Brief Post-APPC Statements - Cook Islands

Head of Delegates Brief Post-APPC Statements - Cook Islands

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  • Updated: 26 Sep 2013
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Heads of delegation were ask to briefly express what their take-away was from the conference.
https://wn.com/Head_Of_Delegates_Brief_Post_Appc_Statements_Cook_Islands
Christopher Taripo: Post Cook Islands v Tonga

Christopher Taripo: Post Cook Islands v Tonga

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  • Updated: 09 Nov 2013
  • views: 517
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Christopher Taripo (Winger for the Cook Islands) talks to us about being named man of the match against Tonga and the three tries which he scored.
https://wn.com/Christopher_Taripo_Post_Cook_Islands_V_Tonga
Cook Island's Vacation Video

Cook Island's Vacation Video

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  • Updated: 26 Feb 2012
  • views: 245
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The Music in this video is made by www.youtube.com/user/mistertranquility He has given me permission to post his music. This is a video put together of our pictures and video's from the cook islands
https://wn.com/Cook_Island's_Vacation_Video
The Cook Islands with Kids by The Blonde Nomads

The Cook Islands with Kids by The Blonde Nomads

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  • Updated: 27 Apr 2017
  • views: 4
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We had a great time exploring The Cook Islands with our kids and we are excited to share this highlight clip of our adventure with you. While staying in Rarotonga, we enjoyed 7 full days in paradise!! Our days where spent exploring above and below the stunning turquoise water which made us feel like we were living in a real life computer screen saver!!! Please read all about our awesome Cook Islands adventure in our blog post: http://www.theblondenomads.com.au/a-lovely-bunch-of-coconuts-in-paradise-the-blondies-visit-the-cook-islands/ The Cook Islands is a great location for a family holiday with so much to see and do, and we can’t wait to go back again to explore some more islands! We'd love you to follow our adventures: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theblondeno... Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theblondenom... Web: https://www.theblondenomads.com.au Family travel tips: http://www.theblondenomads.com.au/cat... Don't forget to subscribe to our channel :-)
https://wn.com/The_Cook_Islands_With_Kids_By_The_Blonde_Nomads
Anthem of the Cook Islands

Anthem of the Cook Islands

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  • Duration: 1:06
  • Updated: 17 Jun 2010
  • views: 2831
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The Cook Islands (Māori: Kūki 'Āirani) are a self-governing parliamentary democracy in free association with New Zealand. Te Atua Mou E ("God is Truth"; also spelled Te Atua Mou'e) is the national anthem of the Cook Islands. It was adopted in 1982.
https://wn.com/Anthem_Of_The_Cook_Islands
THW Global Leader With Dream Vault Post.. Meet Me In Cook Islands

THW Global Leader With Dream Vault Post.. Meet Me In Cook Islands

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  • Updated: 24 Aug 2016
  • views: 336
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http://www.THWGlobalWebinar.com Register For Our Live Webinars. Even if you can't make it, we'll send out the webinar replay to this list. Plus I have a special training to send you. *************************************************** Join THW Global Advertising Directly With Me: (I am the voice you hear in this training) http://thefunneldoc.com/join-me-in-thw ********************************** THW Global is going to transcend the home business space. There will ultimately be 10s of millions of IV's with THW Global. The question is how many of these multiple millions are going to be in your organization? We have developed five, 7 figure business interests prior to THW Global. Our aim for our audience is to teach them how to build a long-term, sustainable business with multiple streams of income across multiple niches so our following can develop the financial and time freedom to hotly purse the passions of their heart! Soon we will launch our Reverse Advertising Mobile Marketing System that is built around THW Global and will give you a competitive advantage in growing your THW Global network. If you are still looking for a THW Global sponsor, we would love to welcome you into our personal enrollment family: http://thefunneldoc.com/join-me-in-thw If you are already a member of THW Global, we invite you to follow us intimately as we launch systems designed to assist you in building your THW Global business and developing your list that you own and control.
https://wn.com/Thw_Global_Leader_With_Dream_Vault_Post.._Meet_Me_In_Cook_Islands
Re-enactment of 1915 visit of Cook Islands soldiers to New Zealand Parliament (Full version)

Re-enactment of 1915 visit of Cook Islands soldiers to New Zealand Parliament (Full version)

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  • Duration: 32:52
  • Updated: 18 Nov 2016
  • views: 582
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On 7 October 1915, 45 Cook Island soldiers marched to Parliament and visited the debating chamber. This is a commemoration of the event, held in the debating chamber of the New Zealand Parliament on 16 November 2016. The event was organised by the Cook Islands Soldiers of World War One organizing committee.
https://wn.com/Re_Enactment_Of_1915_Visit_Of_Cook_Islands_Soldiers_To_New_Zealand_Parliament_(Full_Version)
Pacific Islands Leaders forum Rarotonga, Cook Islands 2012

Pacific Islands Leaders forum Rarotonga, Cook Islands 2012

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  • Duration: 3:17
  • Updated: 30 Aug 2012
  • views: 1744
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Prime Minister John Key along with other regional leaders is in Rarotonga for the Pacific Islands Leaders forum. The guest of honour this year is the US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. One News Pacific Correspondent, Barbara Dreaver is in Rarotonga with this story.
https://wn.com/Pacific_Islands_Leaders_Forum_Rarotonga,_Cook_Islands_2012
Ali and the post box

Ali and the post box

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  • Duration: 2:46
  • Updated: 16 Aug 2015
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https://wn.com/Ali_And_The_Post_Box
The Cook Islands: beautiful country... or no country?

The Cook Islands: beautiful country... or no country?

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  • Updated: 14 May 2012
  • views: 729
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The Cook Islands, Avarua Is it a country, is it not a country? Sometimes it's hard to say. The Cook Islands have their own government, their own language and a defined national area where it's people live. They have their own money but everyone pays in New Zealand dollars. N.Z. is responsible for the Cook Islands defence and it's inhabitants have a New Zealand passport. The Cook Islands have no seat in the U.N. It's called a free association with New Zealand. An unusual constuction for an unusual island. But it sure is beautiful. I spent some days on the pristine beaches, drove along the 32 kilometer long coastal road and drank some very sweet cocktails. For the project Streets of the World this is the farthest country east from Amsterdam that I'll go. That is if it's a country. If it is, I'll have to return to the beautiful Pacific because the even smaller island of Nauru has the same deal. I think it definitely is a country.. http://www.streetsoftheworld.com/timeline/countries/23
https://wn.com/The_Cook_Islands_Beautiful_Country..._Or_No_Country
9 Polynesian Foods to Try at the Polynesian Cultural Center

9 Polynesian Foods to Try at the Polynesian Cultural Center

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  • Updated: 17 Jun 2015
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Read the full post: http://migrationology.com/2015/06/polynesian-cultural-center-food/ When I was in Hawaii, on the same day as learning how to cook a pig in an imu, kind of a cross between and Hawaiian and Samoan version, I also had a chance to walk around the Polynesian Cultural Center and eat some of the main snacks they offered in what they call the Taste of Polynesia. The Polynesian Cultural Center is a center that aims to preserve the cultures of the main islands of Polynesia. The center is set up in villages, where there are traditional homes, and a series of performances from the country represented. To make things more well rounded, the Taste of Polynesia is basically a series of small snack bars that open and each serve a different set of Polynesian food snacks. We started in the village of Samoa with sausage and gravy over rice, a dish I never would have thought is so popular in Samoa. But due to the British influence I believe, it’s quite a popular dish. The sausage was simmered in gravy, and paired with rice. The sausage was actually quite good, a little plain, but very good. Also in the Samoa village, we tried a panipopo, basically a bun that was slightly sweetened, and covered in a thick coconut cream sauce. I’m not a big desserts eater, but this was alright. The bun was nice and fluffy like a roll, and then the sauce was thick and creamy. Lastly in the village of Samoa at the Polynesian Cultural Center we tried the half-Moon pineapple pie, basically a pastry filled with pineapple insides. Moving on, we continued our Polynesian food tour in Tonga with a dessert snack called ‘Otai. ‘Otai was more of a beverage with fruit. This one was too sweet for me, but it was good if you enjoy sweets and need something cool on a hot day walking around. Next up from native Hawaii, they served a dish called koelepalau, purple sweet potato coconut pudding. This one was probably my wife’s favorite. It tasted like sweet potatoes, mashed, and mixed with rich coconut cream. It wasn’t too rich or sweet, but had a nice fragrance, and it was quite good. Although this is a Hawaiian dessert, it’s not too easy to find in Hawaii. Of all the desserts we ate at the Polynesian Cultural Center, my favorite was the po’e, from Tahiti, a banana cake topped with coconut cream. The bananas were a little overripe (on purpose), almost to the point where they were slightly candied and just before that fermentation taste. Then they were covered in coconut cream that wasn’t sweetened at all. They informed us that there was not sugar in the recipe, just really sweet bananas and coconut milk. It was pretty good, and naturally sweet, and a good contrast of flavors. Over in Fiji I was ready to eat the Fijian chicken curry. I didn’t know Fiji had such a big Indian influence, and so I was happy to finally see a dish that had some good flavor to it. The spices in the curry were mild, yet well balanced, and the Fijian curry was my favorite dish of the tour. After the curry, I tried a meat pie from Aotearoa (New Zealand). I don’t have too much experience in the meat pie department, but this one was pretty good, filled with meat and cheese. Finally, the last thing I ate at the Polynesian Cultural Center was an egg, bacon & cheese quiche, also from Aotearoa (New Zealand). Read the full blog post: http://migrationology.com/2015/06/polynesian-cultural-center-food/ NOTE: I was invited to come to the Polynesian Cultural Center when I was in Hawaii, so I didn’t pay for the food or the entrance ticket. But I’m not affiliated with the center, and all thoughts and opinions in this video are my own. ********************************************************************************************* Music in this video is from Audio Network Filmed and created by Mark Wiens and Ying Wiens: http://migrationology.com/blog & http://www.eatingthaifood.com/ & http://www.travelbyying.com/ I’d love to keep in touch with you: Make a donation: https://www.patreon.com/markwiens Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/migrationology Instagram: https://instagram.com/migrationology Twitter: https://twitter.com/migrationology SNAPCHAT: migrationology Thank you for watching!
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one-foot island arrival, Cook Islands

one-foot island arrival, Cook Islands

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  • Updated: 19 Mar 2013
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Boat trip on Aitutaki lagoon, Cook Islands, One foot island was our lunch stop and got our passports stamped at the 'post office' - the shed was also the bar, bbq, and dinning for the buffet bbq tuna and salads.
https://wn.com/One_Foot_Island_Arrival,_Cook_Islands
Zow - Music Video 2012 Summer Vacation Exclusive (filmed in the Cook Islands)

Zow - Music Video 2012 Summer Vacation Exclusive (filmed in the Cook Islands)

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  • Updated: 03 Mar 2012
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Music video filmed on location around Rarotonga in the Cook Islands featuring ZoW family members Anthony the Great, Princess Michelle and the Godfather himself D.A.D. In this clip we get busy with Vanilla Ice, Afroman, Diddy - Dirty Money, Kelly Clarkson, Maroon 5 and Flo Rida... look out for special guest appearance by Mark Zow... Directed by Michelle Niszow Written by Michelle Niszow Post Production Editing by Michelle Niszow Executive Producer (man with the money - who is now broke) - D.A.D.
https://wn.com/Zow_Music_Video_2012_Summer_Vacation_Exclusive_(Filmed_In_The_Cook_Islands)