Church celebrates culture

Saturday August 25, 2018

The second annual Te Atua Mou Dance, drumming and song cultural event will be held this weekend at the Celebration Church, opposite the airport.

Tour guide’s purpose in life

Tuesday August 21, 2018

Tumutoa Discovery Walking Tour guide Ngametua Mamanu is unique on Rarotonga, although many people suggest he may be the next Piri Puruto, (a former tourist guide/entertainer famed for his cultural expertise and ability to climb coconut trees).

Riki Adamu of M&M Ukulele and Crafts has ukulele (ukarere in CI Maori) in his blood.

On Saturday, CINews brought readers more colour photos from last week's highly successful Te Maeva Nui festival.

Festival a week to remember

Saturday August 11, 2018

What has been described as one of the most successful Te Maeva Nui celebrations ever finally came to a close with a ceremony at the National Auditorium on Monday.

TMN prize clarified

Thursday August 09, 2018

A story titled, “Puaikura takes top Maeva Nui prize” published in CINews on Tuesday, August 7 edition, said Rarotonga’s Vaka Puaikura had taken out the Terepai “Sunai” Matapo Trophy for the overall Te Maeva Nui cultural championships.

The best party ever!

That’s the feedback the Ministry of Cultural Development (MOCD) has been receiving on this year’s Te Maeva Nui celebrations, which ended on Monday with an official closing ceremony in the National Auditorium after 10 days of festivities.

Puaikura takes top Maeva Nui prize

Tuesday August 07, 2018

Rarotonga’s Vaka Puaikura has taken out the Terepai ‘Sunai’ Matapo Trophy for the overall Te Maeva Nui cultural championships.

Happy birthday Cook Islands!

Tuesday August 07, 2018

The 53rd anniversary of Cook Islands independence has gifted the country with a trail of milestones its people can be proud of, says Prime Minister Henry Puna.

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