James Talbot says he is now adjusting to nature and the groove of things as he continues his Creative Trail Feb 2019 walk in New Zealand.
A Cook Islands traditional chair was presented to the In Flanders Fields Museum in Belgium in remembrance of Kiro Luke Adam, the only Cook islander to be buried in Belgium during World War I.
James Talbot has acknowledged the number of people who have so far donated towards the Creative Centre’s respite care units in Rarotonga.
Many gathered at the Rarotongan Beach Resort and Spa on Sunday for the memorial service of the resort’s two staff members who recently passed away.
On day eight of his Creative Trail journey, James Talbot was on route to Princhester Hut, as part of his 3200 kilometres walk of the Te Araroa Trail in New Zealand.
A remembrance service for the only Cook Island soldier to be buried in Belgium - Kiro Luke Adam will be held at the New Irish Farm Cemetery there today.
Cook Islands National Council for Women president Rebecca Hosking-Ellis recently returned from the 8th Regional Meeting of the Pacific Women’s Network Against Violence Against Women (PWNAVAW).
The New Zealand Maori king, Te Arikinui Kiingi Tuheitia-Tuheitia Paki attended the intimate 70th birthday celebration of Mahinarangi Dwane, (Pa Ariki’s sister) on Wednesday evening.