The bouncy castles were full, the haunted house eerie and the Nukutere school grounds filled with happy faces as the community supported the school’s annual gala day last Friday.
For a moment, I had started to think of myself as a spy after returning to work from watching the latest action spy flick Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation.
The main Te Maeva Nui action at the National Auditorium ended on Sunday night with an event that exalts the name of the Lord and has become a favourite of many dedicated festival-goers, the Imene Tuki, or traditional singing.
Tutsi Herman (left), Teatuanui George and Ababa Hagai gave a ‘Charlie’s Angels’ pose before getting onto the battlefield for some laser warfare at the BCI Trades Day yesterday.
Artists Kay and Ian George hold plenty of respect among Rarotonga’s art lovers and when the pair opened a new exhibition at The Art Studio in Arorangi on Saturday, it attracted support from more than 100 people.