It’s a big deal for an artist to exhibit their works for a sale in a gallery – so it’s a particular achievement for a group of schoolkids to have a gallery back them.
Numbers of Cook Islanders farming crops are declining, making it hard to meet growing demand for fresh food and vegetables.
It was a dream come true for Nukutere College special needs class students who visited Parliament – they met with their MPs. The politicians were pretty lucky, too. They met some inspiring young people, and had the chance to fulfil some of the key performance indicators around civics education.
The children of the Cook Islands are promising the world for their mums, tomorrow on Mother’s Day – now it’s time to deliver.
St Joseph’s primary school showed their appreciation to 18-year-old Louise Gainford who has raised funds for books and stationery for schools on Rarotonga.