Captain Cook

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English navigator who claimed the east coast of Australia for Britain and discovered several Pacific islands (1728-1779)

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We look forward to starting this relationship with Captain Cook Cruises.
Captain Cook stories, black and white, connect the present with the past, and focus on the moral (or amoral) core of the nation.
The Place of Refuge B&B is at 83-5440 Painted Church Road, Captain Cook.
The sale of Captain Cook Land illustrates Kennedy-Wilson's ability to market and sell property in Hawaii," says Mary Ricks, Managing Director of Commercial Investment Sales at Kennedy-Wilson.
The store has moved from its previous Middlesbrough town centre location on Linthorpe Road to a 6,341sq ft unit near the Co-operative Travel and Wilko stores in Captain Cook Square Shopping Centre.
Roger Kaiwi-Machen, general manager of Captain Cook Coffee Co.
HERE'S your chance to cook up a storm with a fantastic prize from Planet Cook, the hit cookery adventure TV show, where Captain Cook, Bouma and Roxy inspire kids to enjoy cooking and live a healthier lifestyle through fun.
The Hotel Captain Cook is Alaska's only preferred hotel, a member of an elite group of hotels and inns throughout the world.
Also, were it not for Fred Lumb, the idea of a Marton Captain Cook Birthplace Museum in Stewart Park may not have been conceived.
Messages of love were being tied to the Tree of Life, which stood 30ft tall in Captain Cook Square, Middlesbrough.
The pupils pictured today go to Prior's Mill C of E Primary School, Billingham, and Captain Cook Primary in Marton, Middlesbrough.
DID you know that Captain Cook and Napoleon both visited the island of St Helena?
A STATUE of Captain Cook, new street lighting and tackling town street vacancies are some of the projects outlined in Middlesbrough Council's capital programme.
e Marton-born explorer has been recognised for his contribution to the heritage of the region in various ways throughout the years, with e Captain Cook Birthplace Museum being one of the most signicant.
Eight staff from the Ladbrokes shop in Captain Cook Square, Middlesbrough, will sleep rough overnight on Wednesday, March 4, to raise funds for the Ladbrokes in the Community Charitable Trust, hoping to reduce homelessness in the North-east.