St Joseph’s school kids aren’t going anywhere, thanks to a new fence paid for by the New Zealand High Commissioner – and more to the point, it’s keep unruly dogs and unwelcome guests out.
In collaboration with World Food Day and World Chefs Day, the Cook Islands Chefs Association held their annual Potiki Makona Kai competition at the Punanga Nui markets on Friday.
The past two weeks have been school holidays – so what on earth does it take to get the kids up and excited and ready for the bus at 7am?
This year’s writing competition was opened to all school students in the Cook Islands, years 1 to Year 13. The theme was love poems (Year 1-6) and love stories (Y7-13).
A wealthy Arab emirate is to pay to fly some of the Cooks’ smartest teenage engineers to Dubai to seek out a robotic solution to ocean pollution.
Fabric tote bags mady by representatives of Cook Islands women with disabilities are proving so popular they have sold out.
Apii Takitumu students presented brilliant detailed handcrafted vaka models using natural and recycled material for their exhibition on Thursday morning.