Melina Etches

Melina Etches

Today, the Ukulele Expo will start at the National Auditorium from 9am through to 2pm, bring along your ukulele or purchase a locally made one from vendors at the domes, lessons will start from 10am today.

Nia Heather is one of the Golden Ukulele Award nominees and began his introduction to music as a young pupil attending St Joseph’s primary school.

Logo comp winner is …

Tuesday March 19, 2019

Morganne George received her prize for winning the Golden Ukulele Festival logo competition that was held early last year.

Parua Ariki Upokoina Kea has kindly donated five framed photographs to his home island’s hostel.

EOC opens at Tupapa Centre

Monday March 18, 2019

The Tupapa Maraerenga Emergency Operations Centre (EOC) is prepared to manage and coordinate procedures in the event of a disaster, with the opening of its control base last Thursday.

In the early seventies, Arorangi Prison inmates began making ukuleles as a way to support their rehabilitation.

Tauta is Golden Ukulele nominee

Saturday March 16, 2019

At the young age of 8, Aberahama Tauta picked up an ukulele and asked his father to teach him to play, now 19 years old he uses the same cherished musical instrument today.

Free customer service training

Thursday March 14, 2019

The Kia Orana customer service training course that is adapted to suit our island lifestyle, people and values, started yesterday.

The Are Pa Metua received a gracious donation towards the operational costs of their premises from the Cook Islands Business and Professional Women (CIBPW) on Tuesday morning.

What is a climate project and what does it mean? This is the main challenge for proposal writers – to clearly identify the key factors that make the difference between a successful proposal for Green Climate Funds (GCF) and an ineffective one leading to a lengthy wait.

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