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Culture

Okotai Orama, Okotai Reo is the message from Queensland, Australia, to all Cook Islanders celebrating Te Maeva Nui this month.

The petition to include Island Booth in next year’s Te Maeva Nui has more than 200 signatures so far.

Mangaia displays its culture

Sunday August 11, 2013

Six puna (constituencies) took part in Te Maeva Nui celebrations in Mangaia last week by showcasing their competitive spirit.

Kua keukeu, kua maeva a Araura

Wednesday August 07, 2013

Aitutaki correspondent Teva Simiona shares the joy and atmosphere of the Aitutaki constitution celebration which started on the island on Sunday evening with the traditional hymn (imene tuki) and choir.

The Ministry of Cultural Development has extended an apology to the Amokura kapa haka group that visited during Te Maeva Nui.

Cook Islands Maori Language Week from August 4-10 serves as a reminder that saying it is up to the community to maintain their language is not good enough says Labour’s Pacific Island Affairs spokesperson Su’a William Sio.

This year’s downsized Constitution celebration on Rarotonga has meant for the first time in a long time – pa enua have been able to enjoy festivities on their own islands and capitalise on the national celebration.

Kua akaMata atu te rare o te constitution celerbration o Araura Enua nei i te po Sabati ki roto i te Prince Edward Hall, Araura College i te ora itu tikai i te aiai.

Living Cooks culture celebrated

Monday August 05, 2013

This year’s Te Maeva Nui celebrations have been a joy for all that have attended the nightly shows – with the return of teams that have been absent for some time, favourite old musical compilations sung with full voice and an outpouring of cultural and heritage pride seen at the Are Karioi.

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