Highland Paradise came alive, with fun, laughter – and some serious concentration, as students from Apii Arorangi, Nikao, Te Uki Ou, Avarua, Rutaki, Titikaveka College, St Joseph’s Primary and Takitumu Primary took part in the annual cultural completion on Thursday.
After showcasing potential careers at Monday’s Maritime Expo at Avatiu harbour, Mark Dunn held a seminar at Tereora College yesterday to provide more information for students interested in joining the New Zealand Defence Force.
High school students from Rarotonga and Aitutaki were given information on a wide variety of possible future careers at Maritime Cook Islands career expo at Avatiu Wharf yesterday.
The Cook Islands Voyaging Society (CIVS) is hopeful that pupils who attended a special presentation which ran over the course of last week have been inspired to become the next generation of traditional voyagers.
Following on from a CINews story raising health concerns about the newly constructed Apii Nikao, the Ministry of Education has said the building was “safe, secure and ready for use” upon its official opening in April, even as the secretary of the school’s parent-teacher association suggests that wasn’t the case.
What could be better than helping to keep the environment clean, creating some beautiful art and getting covered head to toe in colourful paint at the same time?