Amelia Borofsky

Amelia Borofsky

Amelia Rachel Hokule’a Borofsky, Psy.D, is a community and cross-cultural psychologist based in Hawaii and the Cook Islands. She returned to Pukapuka to learn, write and give back to her childhood atoll and community.

“This is really hard for me to go,” I said to my sister Ted whom I have lived with off and on for the last few years.

Ani and Croc share artistic knowledge

Saturday October 18, 2014

Internationally renowned local artists Ani O’Neill and her husband Croc are multi-talented creatives.

he solar project for the Northern Group has commenced in Pukapuka and Rakahanga with two weeks completed.

Three representatives from the Ministry of Marine Resources are on a two-week visit to Pukapuka as part of an EU-funded project.

The ENTIRE northern group of Pukapuka, Nassau, Manihiki, Rakahanga, Palmerston and Penrhyn eats turtle.

Coconut palm – the tree of life

Monday September 29, 2014

“Do they climb coconut trees in the Czech Republic?” asked some students of Jari Zapp the English teacher at Niua School, Pukapuka.

Two band new tractors have been speeding up and down the main roads in Pukapuka kicking up dust.

Natural power for the northern group

Thursday September 11, 2014

The Northern Group Solar Project is finally set to begin. 

As the juice of the roasted lakia ran down my fingers, I’m flashed back to a childhood memory of roasting a black kotawa on the beach.

I woke up this morning to the sound of singing and the pate calling us all for a cup of tea.

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