A young local filmmaker is keen to see more Cook Islanders telling their own stories on the big screen – and he’s planning a film festival in Rarotonga to help make that happen.
A New Zealand architecture firm with a Cook Islands connection is looking to incorporate local knowledge and design into their work on Rarotonga.
The new principal of Apii Te Uki Ou, Mark Harris, says he is “disappointed” after thieves stole a stereo system used by pre-schoolers days before the start of the new academic year.
The restoration of Nikao Cemetery will continue this week with new signage set to be unveiled at the historic graveyard next to the RSA, opposite the airport.
Tereora College, the country’s leading secondary school, has decided to ban the sale of soft drinks at the school tuck shop (canteen), from the start of this academic year.
A limited number of private and commercial properties in Muri can expect short periods of disrupted water supply this week as Te Mato Vai Stage 1 ring main commissioning works begin.