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Education

Manihiki teacher honoured

Friday May 29, 2015

Ruamanu School students on the island of Manihiki are receiving the best education possible.

After two weeks out at sea, the vaka fleet arriving at Rarotonga for the Te Manava Vaka Festival will be greeted with a powerful performance by Nukutere College students at the official welcoming ceremony.

As the relationship between the Cook Islands and China deepens, the need for Chinese language speakers is growing.

Kia Orana Editor,

I see Lynda Nia wrote a letter to editor Tuesday May 4 and mentioned ‘it was clever of Te Mato Vai to get June on board...’ 

It’s all hands on deck at Tereora College today as students put the finishing touches on their entry into the 48 hour film festival in New Zealand.

The University of the South Pacific’s (USP) Masters in Business Administration (MBA) Programme has been ranked sixth in the Oceania Region by Eduniversal Best Masters Ranking.

Victoria Charles, owner of Victoria Gardens, really stood out for her colourful and extravagant floral arrangements at the ANZAC dawn parade on Saturday, April 25. 

The Te Mato Vai water education programme currently being delivered to all but one school on Rarotonga has reached the end of its second week, said Te Mato Vai representative Jaewynn McKay.

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