Solomone Rabulu

Solomone Rabulu

BERGMAN Gallery is presenting a new group show called Divergence, opening on Monday August 15 at 6pm.

Boosting negotiation skills

Friday August 12, 2016

A NATIONAL negotiations workshop on climate change held at the National Council of Women’s building in Takuvaine this week aimed to help shape participants into great negotiators when it comes to international climate change negotiations and meetings.

Aunty Toko serves tasty treats

Friday August 12, 2016

IF YOU’RE looking for something tasty for lunch today, head down to Aunty Toko’s food stall for what must be among the best barbecues, mitiores and ika matas at the Punanga Nui Market.

Avatiu Wharf was host to a beautiful boat this week, when Julie and Andy Nemier called in on their launch Infinity.

THE COOK ISLANDS might be a small country but it has the potential to make such a huge difference at international level when it comes to combating climate change.

Productive day for college students

Thursday August 11, 2016

IT WAS A productive day for year nine students at yesterday’s Pacific Science for Health Literacy Project (PSHLP) conference, held at the National Auditorium.

Yacht charges OK, says port manager

Wednesday August 10, 2016

The DAILY fees the Cook Islands Ports Authority charges yachts to berth at Avaitu are significantly lower than in French Polynesia.

Women’s cricket gear up

Tuesday August 09, 2016

Twenty three players from Rarotonga will start their training tomorrow at Turangi Cricket Club ground in a bid to prepare for their upcoming matches against a visiting New Zealand-based women’s cricket club.

THE WEEK-LONG Te Maeva Nui celebrations ended with a well-attended ceremony at the National Auditorium on Saturday.

Palmerston celebrates

Monday August 08, 2016

Palmerston Island turned on a colourful display when residents celebrated Constitution Day with a float parade last Thursday morning.

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