A group of final year interactive composition students from Melbourne university are on Rarotonga participating in an eight-day programme which involves learning about the drums, dance and song of the Cook Islands.
A National Cultural Policy developed by the Ministry of Culture as a way of protecting and developing Cook Islands culture will be implemented next year.
Baha'i's of Rarotonga, Aitutaki, Auckland, and Australia gathered with guests for an open day to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the birth of Bahaullah, Prophet-Founder of their Faith, at the Baha'i Centre in Muri on Sunday.
Applications for the prestigious Air New Zealand Cook Islands Tourism Industry Awards 2018 are now open and members of the industry are being encouraged to apply for the awards, to be presented in April next year.
Rarotonga’s Vinyl Revival Club swings back into action this weekend with their regular retro vinyl disco at Trader Jacks bar in town.
Local hair-cutting business, Three Brothers Barbershop will work with their New Zealand counterparts “Kuki Cutters Barbershop” this weekend.