Melody Cargill

Melody Cargill

Schools across the island have begun their third term and Apii Nikao students have welcomed their new learning topic which is teaching them about endangered species.

After two months of negotiations and finalising the sale and purchase agreement, the island’s newest eatery, Moana Restaurant and Bar is open for business.

New Zealand Virtues Project member Judy Dixon is visiting Rarotonga this month to share her experience in incorporating the Virtues programme into schools and communities.

IT staff from the Ministry of Education last week took a tour through almost-complete new buildings at Tereora College, to check progress.

Students from Titikaveka College returned to Rarotonga last week after a two-week visit to Whangarei in northern New Zealand.

School holidays are seen as a time for students to take a break and enjoy glorious mornings of sleeping in, watching TV, playing video games, and in some cases, attending Te Maeva Nui celebrations.

Mother’s focus turns to te reo

Monday August 07, 2017

Grace Drollèt has a renewed focused on learning her mother tongue.

A number of Cook Islanders are currently living in Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand, learning traditional crafts to keep the skill alive.

Water main repairs

Wednesday August 02, 2017

The WATSAN Cook Islands Water Division said there were faults on the old ring main located in Matavera after Monday night’s torrential downpour.

CI language Celebrated

Wednesday August 02, 2017

Cook Islands Language week is currently being celebrated in New Zealand after a formal opening at the Auckland War Memorial Museum.

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