The Gallery Tavioni is proudly presenting yet another exhibit at their gallery in Atupa tonight featuring the beautiful Pascale Garnier Cowan and her collection of art which she is excited to showcase and release to hopefully new homes.
With Rarotonga facing water shortage despite occasional heavy downpours, To Tatou Vai is continuing to encourage the public to be mindful with their water use in the light of car wash fundraisers hosted around the island over the weekend.
The Creative Centre has just concluded a 20-week programme partnering with the Ministry of Internal Affairs and UNESCO Pacific which aimed to serve as a catalyst for preparing and supporting people with disabilities to enter safely and confidently into the workforce.
The newly-formed society for Dyslexia held their first official meeting on Thursday at the Ministry of Education (MOE). Almost 20 people showed up to listen to Andre Hansen, MOE’s inclusive education advisor, and Jean Francis, a parent and key member of the new society speak on the goals of the association as well as awareness for the learning condition.
Cook Islands Sports and National Olympic Committee this week announced that the Cook Islands Beach Games will be returning to Rarotonga next year after proving to be one of the biggest sporting events of 2020 during border closures.
The team from the Cook Islands Investment Corporation (CIIC) has been busy undertaking remedial work at the children’s playground at the Punanga Nui market this week, ensuring that the necessary changes are made so that the playground is fit for the island’s tamariki to once again enjoy.
A send off to the rollercoaster ride that was the 2020 Olympics campaign took place at the Waterline Restaurant - a successful end to the big year that saw two of the nation’s youngest athletes come home with big achievements.
A select group of parents with children who have dyslexia have banded together with the aim of changing mindsets and attitudes to form a group in which they hope to provide support to dyslexic children who currently have very little support in the education system.
Tom and Lucy McDonald celebrated the official opening of the Paradise Supplies and Uncle Tom’s BBQ Shop on Friday afternoon in the presence of their friends and family who were treated to a celebratory BBQ grilled by Tom himself.