THERE’S nothing better than being able to fi x your own machines when they break down and refuse to work.

“Don’t underestimate yourself,” says previous New Zealand Pacific Scholarship recipient, Peka Fisher. 

VIP treatment for star pupils

Wednesday April 29, 2015

Rebecca Uka (left) and her friend, Maea Parker, rode in true VIP style to school on Monday morning with a chauffeured drive in a ministry VIP protocol vehicle. 

More than 900 students are returning to school this week with all their career questions answered.

This year, Apii Potiki Te Uki Ou has started a new initiative which mirrors a growing trend in European Preschools. 

Kayla Whitcher is having a little trouble deciding on her own future career, so this week she has been learning how to help others decide theirs.

Passionate professionals and enquiring minds came together on Tuesday in an explosion of knowledge, wisdom and fun at Careers Expo 2015.

Last night Pa Enua girls and boys split up to attend two separate career events designed to meet gender-specific needs.

Primary school teachers from the Southern Cooks have gathered in Rarotonga this week to learn more about nutrition and healthy lifestyles.

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