Melody Cargill

Melody Cargill

Building work at Apii Nikao is progressing well and New Zealand supplier class* has signed a contract with the China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation to provide furniture for the new school.

How has the wider world suddenly become so polarised?

The Lonely Wheel

Monday October 23, 2017

The 2017 Writing Competition received a good response last month from a number of students who wrote original memoirs for the contest. Ministry of Education learning and teaching advisor Jessica Le Bas coordinated the competition for Year 7-13 students.

Gaylene Preston, a New Zealand film maker who visited Rarotonga to premiere her movie My Year with Helen last night, made time to see a group of young aspiring film makers on Monday afternoon.

School bags and jandals were tossed aside on Saturday of last week when Year 13 students of Tereora College let their “inner glamour” come to life.

What was once a hobby has turned into a full-time business for successful young barber Nigel Hoeflich who runs Three Brothers Barbershop.

This weekly column is supplied by Te Ipukarea Society. It deals with environmental and conservation issues Aof interest to the Cook Islands.

School holidays are well underway and this week 10 lucky students took part in the Cook Islands Training Institute (CITTI) “Taste-A-Trade” course for carpentry and welding.

Athletics day relieves study pressure

Thursday October 12, 2017

It was an intense week of practice examinations for Tereora College senior students last week but on Friday students were able to release all of that pressure at the school’s Athletics Day.

Students learn to serve community

Thursday October 12, 2017

As part of Tereora College’s mission of developing excellence in citizenship: “Tangata Tiratira Tu”, school staff and students were involved in serving the Cook Islands community on Friday last week.

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