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Crowd celebrates birth of a nation

Saturday August 06, 2016

AROUND 1000 people turned up to be part of the 51st Constitution Day celebrations at  Constitution Park on Thursday.

Coffee and clothes behind red doors

Saturday August 06, 2016

NEXT TIME you’re looking for a good coffee, check out the little shop with red doors located behind Ravi’s Takeaway Restaurant in Avarua.

A NIUE based hydroponic farmer is on Rarotonga checking on local hydroponic growing ventures and learning from local farmers how to better manage hydroponic farms.

Support appreciated

Wednesday August 03, 2016

Culture secretary Anthony Turua says he is extremely happy to see the level of support Bluesky is giving towards this year’s Te Maeva Nui celebrations.

Early surprise for island hostels

Wednesday August 03, 2016

There was some energetic early morning entertainment and a pleasant surprise for visitors staying at the outer islands hostels when Bluesky staff turned up with donations of food items.

PM on Manihiki for celebrations

Tuesday August 02, 2016

Prime Minister Henry Puna will join people of Manihiki as the island observes its own Te Maeva Nui celebrations from 10am today.

Many turned up to be part of the BCI (Bank of the Cook Islands) Trade Day at the Constitution Park yesterday.

Helping hand for pre-school

Monday August 01, 2016

Children of St Joseph School’s Early Childhood Education (ECE) centre will have much-improved learning opportunities thanks to the Holt Family from New South Wales in Australia.

MARGARET Tangimetua was extremely happy last week after receiving her somewhat unusual prize – a motorised chilly bin, after taking part in the Cook Islands Trading Company’s (CITC) 125th year celebrations draw.

OVER 50 guests at the National Museum on Thursday evening took the opportunity to preview a collection of special art works created by students from Rarotonga, Atiu, Mangaia and Atitutaki.

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