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Fabric tote bags mady by representatives of Cook Islands women with disabilities are proving so popular they have sold out.

Apii Takitumu students presented brilliant detailed handcrafted vaka models using natural and recycled material for their exhibition on Thursday morning.

Father’s Day, sad for some

Sunday September 01, 2019

With Father’s Day celebrated today, students at Apii Imanuela Akatemia prepared messages for their dads.

Playwright, poet, producer and director Miria George says creating a hub of contemporary arts in Rarotonga would be a smart way for the Cook Islands to position itself as the arts centre of the South Pacific.

Cook Islands Maori language is alive in the Pa Enua and this is being observed in the number of entries submitted for the Ministry of Education’s writing competition.

Kids taught self-respect

Wednesday August 28, 2019

Fuel your Future was the theme of last week’s village festival in Papaaroa where children discussed different ways of building a better future.

Never stop learning. That’s what Veai Mani, 70, tells his children, and his seven grandchildren, and will tell his two great-grandchildren – when they are old enough to listen!

Students supplied with more screens

Thursday August 22, 2019

The Ministry of Education has put out tenders for the supply of laptops and iPads.

Patient students of St Joseph’s primary school who waited patiently for the blessing of their information technology equipment, impressed invited guests, including Minister Rose Brown who acknowledged their good behaviour in her speech.

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