The University of the South Pacific (USP) 2018 graduation ceremony held yesterday was formally opened by Deputy Pro-Chancellor and Deputy Chair Aloma Johansson.
Melbourne University Interactive Sound and Vision Associate professor of Music and Artistic director Mark Pollard, and his third year students will hold a workshop for Tereora College students on Wednesday.
The 90 pupils of Apii Rutaki were thrilled yesterday morning to learn that Australia’s top diplomat in the South Pacific, High Commissioner Ewen McDonald, would be visiting their school.
Following on from the recent Literacy Week run by the Ministry of Education, CINews will be publishing some of the winning entries from the creative writing competition over the next few weeks. The theme for this year’s competition was “Cook Islands Heroes”.
The inaugural holiday programme to teach Rarotonga children the local culture and way of life through farming and other activities has been hailed a huge success.
A girl gave birth to her first baby when she was only 16 years old. At that time, it was considered a disgrace to a family when a daughter fell pregnant at such a young age, under 21 years old, here on Atiu.
A group of Rarotonga children have swapped their video games and other pastime activities with the farming tools this school holiday in a bid to reconnect to the land.