Solomone Rabulu

Solomone Rabulu

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.

IF YOU have a sweet tooth, there’s a new business on Rarotonga that is highly likely to tempt your tastebuds.

Plenty of fun on Mangaia

Saturday July 30, 2016

MANGAIA is celebrating this year’s Constitution Celebration in style.

Plenty of action on Aitutaki

Friday July 29, 2016

PEOPLE ON Aitutaki will begin celebration at 12pm today.

CONSTITUTION celebrations will start on Atiu today, leading up to a busy week of activity.

Homeward-bound after 19 years

Thursday July 28, 2016

Passing Avatiu Wharf on Monday, I noticed six or so beautiful and expensive-looking yachts, anchored side by side.

A GROUP of 30 people from the Marquesas Islands is visiting Rarotonga for two weeks.

RONGOHIVA is a family-owned business managed by husband and wife Teina and Jackie Rongo.

The MINISTRY of Education’s Language and Cultural team presented a drama showcase featuring students from various schools as they reflected on Cook Islands Myths and Legends at the National Auditorium Centre yesterday.

TAKITUMU School had the honour to host what turned out to be the most-hyped primary school netball competition ever at the Bluesky Sports Arena yesterday.

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