Local artist Judith Kunzle is well on her way to drawing 200 portraits of people who live in Rarotonga in order to form a social web of people she meets throughout the year.
An art exhibition which takes a beautifully bright look at Rarotongan landscapes is opening tonight at the Beachcomber Contemporary Art Gallery.
A mural painted by a group of senior Nukutere students has won first prize in an international peace competition entered by more than a million people.
LOCAL ARTIST Judith Kunzle’s new artwork Cook Islands People Project is being done with the aim to sketch 200 people living in the Cook Islands to form a social web of people she meets throughout the year.
A local film featuring Cook Islands school children will feature at this month’s film festival alongside the six international competition entries.
Bishop Paul Donaghue of the Catholic Church is the Cook Islands Religious Advisory Council (RAC) chairman for 2013, taking over from Bishop Tutai Pere, who was chair last year.
Parliament passed the Education Bill into Cook Islands law yesterday afternoon with no amendment.
New Zealand High Commissioner John Carter, Olympic bronze medallist Juliette Haigh, Fire Service chief Nga Jessie, Olympic gold medallist Mahe Drysdale and Cook Islands Sports and National Olympic Committee president Hugh Graham in Rarotonga International Airport’s VIP lounge yesterday afternoon.
Olympic rowing champion Mahe Drysdale arrived in Rarotonga yesterday afternoon to help out at a charity fundraiser.
Lack of a clear contract has contributed to the golf club being left out of pocket after the Pacific Mini Games four years ago, forcing the government to foot the bill.