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The 50th CELEBRATION of the Ui Ariki Day was commemorated at the National Auditorium last Friday as the whole nation came together to observe the importance of the role of the House of Ariki. 

Over 300 people attended Tereora College annual music concert hosted by the music students at the College’s Princess Anne Hall on Wednesday night.

Rotary gives pupils helping hand

Thursday June 30, 2016

The MINISTRY of Education had a visit on Tuesday from Rarotonga Rotary Club members bearing boxes of dictionaries destined for year nine students throughout the Cook Islands.

From Oz, with love

Thursday June 30, 2016

FOURTEEN thousand tables and chairs are on their way to Rarotonga thanks to a generous donation from the information technology division at the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) in Australia.

This YEAR’S Olympic Games will feature over 10,500 athletes from 205 different countries who all will take part in 7306 competitions in 42 different sports for 17 days from August 5.

Comedian inspires Aitutaki

Tuesday June 28, 2016

Aitutaki residents were left with plenty of food for thought when New Zealand-based comedian and television personality Mike King visited the island for a talk session at Araura College on Friday.

Festival sponsorship launched

Monday June 27, 2016

The Ministry of Cultural Development hosted a sponsorship launch for the 2016 Te Maeva Nui at the Islander Hotel in Panama last Friday.

Chicken and chops help school

Monday June 27, 2016

Apii Nikao last week received cartons of chickens and chops worth $200 from the Mongoose Rugby Club to help with their Golf Ambrose fundraiser. Apii Nikao teacher Temarangi Nicholls said the school would be “forever grateful” for the timely donation they had received.

A group of Early Childhood Education (ECE) teachers spent last week on Rarotonga on a bonding exercise under the New Zealand based Educational Leadership Project (ELP).

Dark mornings continue

Thursday June 23, 2016

If YOU’VE been getting fed up with having to get out of bed in the dark, the news isn’t good, because the sun won’t be rising until around 7am every morning from now till August.

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