Jaimie Keay

Jaimie Keay

Students free to create own work

Thursday July 05, 2018

To end their art rotation class for the first half of the year, Tereora College Year 9 students have proudly shown off some of the creations they have made.

Venue change for netball

Wednesday July 04, 2018

Due to high demand, a change of venue is needed for this weekend’s NetGo Junior Foundation Development Programme.

A group of visiting chiropractors is once again conducting free spinal checks for the general public.

As the Mei Te Vai Ki Te Vai project management unit (PMU) prepares a full report from its extensive environmental investigations, they are able to report one of the key findings - that groundwater in the Muri catchment is directly connected to water in Muri Lagoon.

The Ministry of Marine Resources has acknowledged the concerns raised regarding drifting Fish Aggregation Devices in a recent CINews article supplied by Te Ipukarea Society, saying they are “aware of the problem”.

The who’s who of Pacific Fisheries are in the Cook Islands ahead of the annual ministerial meeting of the Forum Fisheries Committee to discuss the outlook and prospects for tuna fisheries including the Regional Roadmap for Sustainable Pacific Fisheries.

As part of a navigation unit in their Science class, Year 7 and 8 students from Papaaroa School launched their individual vaka creations on Tuesday.

Week two and Golden Wok rocks!

Saturday June 30, 2018

As their second week of business comes to a close for the newly opened Vili’s Golden Wok in Avarua, one thing is for sure: Sione Vili is a man on a food mission.

Highland Paradise came alive, with fun, laughter – and some serious concentration, as students from Apii Arorangi, Nikao, Te Uki Ou, Avarua, Rutaki, Titikaveka College, St Joseph’s Primary and Takitumu Primary took part in the annual cultural completion on Thursday.

Level 3 Drama students from Tereora College put on a performance of the play Verbatim as part of their assessment on Thursday night.

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