The top three ambitions on Eva Parker’s list are to graduate as a lawyer, to work in an international organisation and to travel the world.
Sixty-two years, and nobody ever told him.
Dr Ranginui Fariu was genuinely surprised to learn he had featured in a Tereora College school photo published in the first existing edition of Cook Islands News, in 1957 shortly after the paper first launched.
Vivian Engu says in order to be a model, she had to learn to handle the cruel criticism.
“I still remember my first audition like it was yesterday,” says Vivian Engu.
The most famous conceptual artist in the region is making his first visit to the Pacific next week, to show his pop art at Bergman Gallery in Rarotonga.
Liam Ratana is surprised to discover his inner soul-Americana-folk fan, as he meets Albi and the Wolves ahead of tonight’s final show in the Cook Islands.
The Empire Cinema is bringing back the Elton John movie for one special screening tonight.
The Cook Islands Censor had controversially announced he would be banning it from public exhibition because of gay sex scenes.