Education

Cooks kids will have plenty to read with a gift of 1600 books – sent over from New Zealand in banana boxes.

Family ‘puts Cook Islands on the map’ in battle to protect their son’s right to keep his hair long until his customary haircutting ceremony.

Quit and missing her students

Saturday July 11, 2020

Cassidy Jackson-Carroll was prepared to do whatever it took to get back to Rarotonga and her students. 

Look after yourself and stay safe this school holiday.

St Joseph’s School vows to continue the work of departing principal Shelley Berry. 

Teanahera was told the big round thing is a crystal ball – now she knows what it really is! 

Principal’s roots are showing

Saturday July 04, 2020

Apii Te Uki Ou principal Mark Harris palmed off his office duties in spectacular style this week.

Help for 80 students

Wednesday July 01, 2020

The Cook Islands High Commission in New Zealand has processed more than 80 applications from Cook Islands tertiary students seeking financial assistance.

The financial services industry has presented a seminar at Tereora College to engage students and encourage them to stay at school and continue on to university. 

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