Atasa Bosevakaturaga

Atasa Bosevakaturaga

BULLYING can threaten students' physical and emotional safety at school and can negatively affect a student's ability to learn.

Norwegian ambassador to Australia and New Zealand, Unni Klovstad presented her credentials to the Queen Representative Tom Marsters at Government House yesterday.

Boost for teachers of CI Maori

Wednesday May 18, 2016

Teachers of Cook Islands Maori from around the country are attending a four-day workshop at the Ministry of Education office in Nikao.

Jeralee Galeai stands a proud Cook Islander last week after coming second at the 2016 World Fire Knife Competition, Intermediate Category, Polynesian Cultural Centre in Hawaii last Saturday.

Tall ship unable to berth

Monday May 16, 2016

STRONG winds on Friday made it impossible for the British tall ship SV Tenacious to berth at Avatiu harbour on Friday.

Titikaveka College is making urgent moves to improve the level of education provided at the school and to make sure all students have equal opportunities, in a move aimed at restoring the school to its glory days.

New Zealander Dr Jess Beer’s love for animals all began when she was still a child.

THE Education Ministry’s Book in Home Project assemblies ended on a high note yesterday (Friday) with students reminded once again of the importance of reading.

Animal poisonings on the rise

Saturday May 14, 2016

Cases of animal poisoning are on the rise, and both the weed killer paraquat and lagoon fish are to blame.

IN an effort to address mental health issues in the Cook Isalnds, Te Kainga Mental Health and Wellbeing Centre will organise an outreach programme at Te Upoko Enua hall in Amuri on Friday.

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