Jaimie Keay

Jaimie Keay

Today’s Te Maeva Nui float parade with feature a total of 38 floats and is guaranteed to be plenty of fun.

In a special ceremony on Tuesday morning, community members and church leaders came together at Nikao CICC to celebrate the laying of the foundations on the new home for Reverend Oirua Rasmussen and his family.

Over 120 people have travelled from Penrhyn for this year’s Te Maeva Nui, an increase on number who visited Rarotonga for the 2015 celebrations marking 50 years since the Cook Islands became self-governing in free association with New Zealand.

Panthers lose out in Rising Stars

Wednesday July 25, 2018

The second round of the Rising Stars netball tournament, unfortunately saw only one game played in the premier competition.

Cook Islands Tertiary Training Institute (CITTI) celebrated another round of graduates on Friday last week.

As Rarotonga prepares to begin its Te Maeva Nui celebrations for 2018, Nukutere College were starting early, with their house cultural competition.

As the Rising Stars netball tournament moves into its second round, a noticeable change has occurred in the premier grade.

The next generation of news reporters is being trained at Takitumu Primary School.

Continuing to inspire local students are local artists Phoebe and Kura Happ.

Rarotonga X Country wraps up

Friday July 20, 2018

The winner’s medals were handed out at the final race of this year’s Rarotonga X Country series on Wednesday.

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