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|Location||Atiu, Cook Islands|
|Time zone||CKT (-10:00)|
|Website||Cook Islands Airports|
Enua Airport( IATA : AIU, ICAO : NCAT) is an airport in Atiu in the Cook Islands. It is the second airport built on the island, and was constructed in 1978.
|Air Rarotonga||Aitutaki, Rarotonga|
The Cook Islands are a self-governing island country in the South Pacific Ocean in free association with New Zealand. It comprises 15 islands whose total land area is 240 square kilometres (93 sq mi). The Cook Islands' Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) covers 1,960,027 square kilometres (756,771 sq mi) of ocean.
Atiu, also known as Enuamanu, is an island of the Cook Islands archipelago, lying in the central-southern Pacific Ocean. Part of the Nga-pu-Toru, it is 214 km (133 mi) northeast of Rarotonga. The island's population has dropped by two-thirds in the last 50 years.
Cook Islands Māori is an Eastern Polynesian language that is the official language of the Cook Islands. Cook Islands Māori is closely related to New Zealand Māori, but is a distinct language in its own right. Cook Islands Māori is simply called Māori when there is no need to disambiguate it from New Zealand Māori, but it is also known as Māori Kūki 'Āirani, or, controversially, Rarotongan. Many Cook Islanders also call it Te reo Ipukarea, literally "the language of the Ancestral Homeland".
Takutea is a small uninhabited island in the Cook Islands, 21 kilometres north-west of Atiu. Administratively, the island is considered part of Atiu, the closest island. It is owned equally by all inhabitants of Atiu and not allocated to one specific village or district of Atiu.
The Atiu swiftlet is a species of bird in the swift family, endemic to Atiu in the Cook Islands.
Kuhl's lorikeet, also called the Rimitara lorikeet, Kuhl's lory, Manu 'Ura or Kura , is a species of lorikeet in the family Psittaculidae. It is one of several species of Vini lorikeets found in islands ranging across the South Pacific. The Kuhl for whom Nicholas Aylward Vigors named the bird in 1824 was Heinrich Kuhl, a German ornithologist whose survey of the parrots, Conspectus psittacorum, had appeared in 1819.
The lilac-crowned fruit dove is a species of bird in the family Columbidae. It is endemic to the Cook Islands.
The Mangaia swiftlet is an extinct species of bird in the swift family. It became extinct during prehistoric times. It was endemic to Mangaia in the Cook Islands. It was closely allied with the extant Atiu swiftlet of Atiu, Mangaia's neighbouring island, though it was probably slightly larger.
The Cook Islands Federation was created in 1891, after the Kingdom of Rarotonga was given the island of Aitutaki. It lasted until 1901, when it was given to New Zealand.
Lake Tiroto is a lake on the island of Atiu in the Cook Islands. According to legend, the eel Rauou dug the lake before travelling to Mitiaro to dig lakes there. The lake is connected to the sea by a tunnel under the makatea.
Mauke is an island of the Cook Islands archipelago, lying in the central-southern Pacific Ocean. Part of the Nga-pu-Toru, it is 277 km (172 mi) northeast of Rarotonga.
Renewable energy in the Cook Islands is primarily provided by solar energy and biomass. Since 2011 the Cook Islands has embarked on a programme of renewable energy development to improve its energy security and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, with an initial goal of reaching 50% renewable electricity by 2015, and 100% by 2020. The programme has been assisted by the governments of Japan, Australia, and New Zealand, and the Asian Development Bank.
Teenui-Kurukava, is a village on Atiu in the Cook Islands.
Ngatiarua (Mokoero-Nui-O-Tautipa) is a village on the island of Atiu in the Cook Islands. Ngatiarua is the island's biggest village. 32 people live in the village. The village chief is Ngamaru Ariki. Lake Tiroto hospital is located there and it also has a meeting house. It is the centre of the Ngatiarua district.
Areora Village (Te-Are-O-Tangaroa), is a village on Atiu in the Cook Islands.
Tengatangi (Taturoa), is a village on Atiu in the Cook Islands. It forms part of the Tengatangi–Areora–Ngatiarua electoral division.
Mapumai Village (Mapumai-Nui-O-Ruavari), is a village on Atiu in the Cook Islands. On Atiu, Mapumai Village plays an important role, because it houses Enuamanu School, radio Atiu, and more. The population of Mapumai is 86 people, who live and stay in the village.
Wesley Roberts is a Cook Islands swimmer who competed at the 2016 Summer Olympics and holds several Cook Islands national records in swimming.
Enuamanu School or Apii Enuamanu is a co-educational school in Mapumai Village on the island of Atiu in the Cook Islands. It runs classes for early childhood education through to year 13, including levels 1 - 3 of the New Zealand National Certificate of Educational Achievement.
Ada Rongomatane Ariki, also known as Ada Teaupurepure Tetupu Nicholls, was a Cook Islands ariki. She held the title of Rongomatane Ariki, the principal title of the Paruarangi tribe on the island of Atiu. She served as President of the House of Ariki from 2006 to December 2008.