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There are 15 islands: seven low-lying, almost deserted islands and atolls in the northern Cook Islands and eight elevated and fertile islands in the southern Cook Islands, which is where the majority of the population lives.
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The Cook Islands are in Oceania, in the South Pacific Ocean, about halfway between Hawaii and New Zealand. They are just east of Tonga and Fiji, and west of French Polynesia…, in the ocean northeast of New Zealand.
Through the 2008 Games in Beijing, Cook Islands has participated in 6 Olympics without winning a medal.
The administrative and commercial centre is Rarotonga. It's sometimes referred to as the capital island. But there's no capital city....only a main town, Avarua which locals j…ust call town.
an area in the kitchen (an island as its in the middle surrounded by floor space) which has everything which is needed to cook (cooker, hobs, saucepans,spices, ingredients)
There are 15 islands (2 uninhabited. North to south, they are... Penrhyn (aka Tongareva), Rakahanga, Manihiki, Pukapuka, Nassau, Suwarrow (Suvarov) , Palmerston, Aitutaki, Ma…nuae, Takutea, Mitiaro, Atiu, Mauke, Rarotonga (the capital island) and Mangaia.
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Rarotonga - Population = 14,153 as of 2006
Eleven. All young people attend school for ten years. Literacy is 95%.
The Cook Islands, situated in the South Pacific, are named after Captain James Cook. He landed here in 1773 and again visited these islands in 1777. The Cook Islands consi…st of about 18 islands.
There are many islands and most known as atolls ... I was on an atoll in the far north west of the cooks and the atoll had two main islands and about a dozen little that compl…eted a kind of circular ring and inlets of water like channels but small for tidal flow going in and out of middle where is known as the lagoon. The lagoon I was in was about 2km from one point straight across to other end. So I gather alot of them are atolls.
look up the seven draves
In Time Zones
The Cook Islands of New Zealand are ten hours behind UTC.
Cook Islands is represented by eight athletes in 5 sports