Melody Cargill

Melody Cargill

Cook Islands dancers travel Europe

Wednesday January 31, 2018

A dance team from the Cook Islands is helping to promote the country at key travel events across Europe.

A swimming lesson programme has given children plenty of fun these holidays.

What once was just a long empty room in Arorangi, has been transformed into the renowned jewellery and craft shop ‘Tokerau Jim’.

With school starting again on Monday, the Ministry of Education has issued some advice to make the first term easier for both parents and pupils.

Police to keep eye on traffic

Thursday January 25, 2018

 The Cook Islands Police Service will continue their recent stepped-up efforts to ensure drivers abide by the law as the school year starts again on Monday next week.

Students do well in NCEA

Thursday January 25, 2018

Over 82 per cent of all Cook Islands students enrolled in Years 11-13 have achieved their Preliminary National Certificate of Educational Achievement (NCEA) qualification. 

Your chance to develop new skills

Thursday January 25, 2018

The Cook Islands Tertiary Training Institute (CITTI) is offering new courses and programmes this year, which are available to people of any age who want to gain qualifications and develop new skills.

Back to school… on the buses

Thursday January 25, 2018

Schools across the island are starting up again in a few days’ time and Cook’s Island Bus Passenger Transport Ltd expects students travelling on the bus to behave as they would in their own classrooms.

New course for leaders

Thursday January 25, 2018

A new leadership and management course is being launched by the Cook Islands Tertiary Training Institute (CITTI).

Norman whips up storm over Hagai

Tuesday January 23, 2018

Norman George, the former deputy prime minister and Speaker of the Cook Islands Parliament, has aimed a furious broadside at the government and its whip, Toka Hagai, after it emerged that the state had paid $11,900 to cover Hagai’s rent in Rarotonga.

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