Mangaia bring humour, talent to the stage

Mangaia bring humour, talent to the stage

Mangaia had fun with their ute on Monday night, entertaining the crowd at the National Auditorium with their spontaneous dance moves.

House of Ariki will respond to challenge

The House of Ariki has deferred responding to challenges made by the prime minister to define their role in Cook Islands society today because of a death in Puaikura.

Key unkeen on UN talks

While PM Henry Puna wants to rekindle talks on United Nations membership and New Zealand passports, New Zealand media are reporting New Zealand PM John Key isn’t planning further discussions.

Thrilling and fierce...

The third night of Te Maeva Nui 2015 sent the audience on a journey through time, with many groups dedicating their performance to the history of their islands.

New shelter marks milestone

Last week marked a significant milestone for Rarotonga, when Cook Islands Tourism and the Ports Authority officially opened the new Are Tapaeanga or shelter at Avatiu harbour.

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Mangaia bring humour, talent to the stage

Mangaia bring humour, talent to the stage

Mangaia bring humour, talent to the stage

Mangaia bring humour, talent to the stage

Mangaia bring humour, talent to the stage

Mangaia bring humour, talent to the stage

Mangaia bring humour, talent to the stage

Mangaia bring humour, talent to the stage

Mangaia bring humour, talent to the stage

Mangaia bring humour, talent to the stage

Mangaia bring humour, talent to the stage

Mangaia bring humour, talent to the stage

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‘Family art’ draws crowd

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