Culture

The next generation is ensuring the customs of Ngatangiia are kept alive with the investiture of the new Teeiao Mataiapo Tutara on Wednesday afternoon.

Keeping cultural identity alive

Friday January 22, 2016

By giving an opportunity for Cook Islands land tenure system to be a research topic of the existing NCEA Cook Islands Maori Language programme, students will be able to gain NCEA credits and an understanding of the unique way land issues are dealt with by the Land Court.

Costumes celebrate our tradition

Monday January 18, 2016

The Rakei — Traditional Wearable Art Exhibition was officially opened on Wednesday last week.

Gospel Day tells of island rebirth

Tuesday October 27, 2015

It’s National Gospel Day on Monday October 26, and hosting church, Nikao CICC, are excited about the much-anticipated event.

PM praises TMN 2015

Tuesday August 18, 2015

The 50th anniversary celebrations are well and truly over, but Prime Minister Henry Puna says the spirit of the event lives on.

Te Maeva Nui memory lives on

Tuesday August 11, 2015

The calibre of performances at this year’s Te Maeva Nui event has blown many away, and even though it’s all over, the memories made will surely live on forever.

A great night for Puaikura

Wednesday August 12, 2015

Puaikura’s annual concert held following the Te Maeva Nui festival is always eagerly-awaited, and this year’s one, held last Saturday, was no exception. 

TMN results are in!

Saturday August 08, 2015

The teams for Te Maeva Nui put on some stunning performances over the past few weeks, and the results of all that hard work are finally in.

Reflections from Tongareva Henua

Monday August 10, 2015

Vaine Wichman has worked extensively throughout the Cook Islands as a development economist. She began writing these columns at the request of women and men asking her to explain the working of their economy. Views in this column are Vaine’s.

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