Solomone Rabulu

Solomone Rabulu

Life as a beauty queen engineer

Monday September 05, 2016

Finch is a former Miss Cook Islands and Miss South Pacific who won the title in 2010. She is now a Mechatronic Engineer who recently spent three months at Shiga in Japan. She is the second Polynesian person to graduate with a mechatronics engineering degree at the University of Auckland, the first was a male.

Year 10 business students of Nukutere College were presented with feedback last week for their participation in this year’s Bank of the Cook Islands (BCI) Business Challenge.

 Electronic items that are no longer of any use can now easily be recycled thanks to the work of Cook Islands General Transport’s Recycling Cook Islands division.

FIFTY STUDENTS from Apii Te Uki Ou learned about the importance of the Nikao cemetery next to the Cook Islands Returned Service Association, when they visited the site on Tuesday. And the group, made up 25 students from grade two and 23 students from grade four learned plenty from their visit.

Quiz night to help bodybuilders

Tuesday August 16, 2016

TWELVE Cook Islanders will represent their country at this year’s South Pacific Bodybuilding competition to be held at Papeete in Tahiti next month.

Picnic day success despite rain

Tuesday August 16, 2016

Despite the heavy downpour which drenched the island on Saturday, the Cook Islands Fijian Community Association (CIFCA) still went ahead with their planned family picnic day at Black Rock Beach in Nikao.

June Hosea has been appointed to head Apii Rutaki as its new school principal after working for the Ministry of Education in various capacities over the last five years.

THE TITIKAVEKA Growers Association has made progress with its experiment using recycled canola oil as fuel in its bid to promote a much cleaner environment.

THE COOK ISLANDS Fijian Community Association (CIFCA) will hold a family picnic day for all Fijians living on Rarotonga at the Black Rock beach in Nikao (opposite Black Rock Restaurant) at 2pm today.

There was plenty of early morning energy at Avarua School yesterday as students sang songs in their appreciation of books donated to the school by John and Tuaine Bailey

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