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Week on Mangaia a learning experience

Monday 27 August 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Education

A group of Year 8 students from Apii Nikao is visiting Mangaia on a bi-annual school trip designed to help them learn more about the outer islands.


St Joseph's up first with athletics contest

Saturday 25 August 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Education

Hoping to get a leg up on the competition, St Joseph’s School were the first of the island’s primary school to hold their school athletics competition at the National Auditorium on Thursday.


Miss Cook Islands visits Araura College for Manureva Aquafest

Saturday 25 August 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Education

Miss Cook Islands, Alanna Smith visited Araura College on Thursday as a special guest during Manureva Aquafest held in Aitutaki.


Manureva Aquafest a soaring success in Aitutaki

Saturday 25 August 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Other Sports

Manureva Aquafest finished on a high yesterday with a fun-filled activity day at Ootu Beach, Aitutaki, to celebrate five days of impressive water sport action including course racing, freestyle kitesurfing tricks and big-air jumps.


Avarua pupils learn more on island's lagoon

Saturday 25 August 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Education

Students from Apii Avarua spent time in the water this week, getting hands-on experience on how they and future generations can help monitor protect Rarotonga’s reefs and lagoon.


Dance students show their best moves

Saturday 25 August 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Hot on the Rock

Tereora College dance students treated their audience to an exciting variety of dance styles at the National Auditorium on Thursday night.


St Joseph's hits the track

Friday 24 August 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Other Sports

St Joseph’s School were the first to hit the track this term ahead of the Rarotonga Primary Schools’ Prince of Wales Athletics Championship later this term.


Rarotonga needs outer islands

Friday 24 August 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor, Utu Panu seems to have stepped into a hornet’s nest of loathing for the outer islanders.


Manatua Cable plans will proceed

Thursday 23 August 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Politics

The government is proceeding as planned with the implementation of the Manatua Cable project, a four-country partnership between the Cook Islands, Niue, French Polynesia and Samoa.


CITC car winner announced

Wednesday 22 August 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Local

After 13 weeks it has finally been won – on Monday CITC announced the winner of the brand-new Hyundai Kona which was to be given away as a part of their spend $20 promotion that started back in May.


Community reacts to burglaries

Wednesday 22 August 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Crime

A community meeting called last Thursday amongst residents of the Vaimaanga, Avaavaroa and Turoa areas to discuss possible strategies to the rising number of burglaries in the area has generated a positive response, says resident Tina Newport.


Marchers show their support for Israel

Tuesday 21 August 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Local

The arrival of a march designed to show support for Israel’s 70th anniversary added to the large number of people crowded into the Avatiu wharf-Punanga Nui market area on Saturday morning.


Chamber targets Manatua cable design flaws

Saturday 18 August 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Technology

Design flaws mean the plan to connect the Manatua cable through Samoa, using the Samoan-owned Tui Cable and Fiji, and then onto the Southern Cross cable will provide bandwidth to the Cook Islands at around $161 a month per Mbs for a 1Gbps lease for three years.


School celebrates a new work room

Saturday 18 August 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Education

Apii Arorangi officially unveiled their new home economics work room at a ceremony on Friday morning.


Cancer screening drive ' huge success'

Saturday 18 August 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Hot on the Rock

“A huge success” is how Cook Islands Breast Cancer Foundation president Dawn Baudinet describes the recently-conducted Mammography Screening Programme at Rarotonga Hospital.


School targets pupils' literacy skills

Saturday 18 August 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Education

Year two students at St Josephs are continuing to improve their literacy skills this term.


Dance students all set for Thursday concert

Saturday 18 August 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Education

Tereora College dance students are putting the finishing touches on their routines ahead of Thursday night’s performance concert.


Bowls medallists back together

Friday 17 August 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Other Sports

Tomorrow will mark the first time Commonwealth Games bronze medallists Taiki Paniani and Aidan Zittersteijn have played together since winning their bronze medal in April.


College starts term with more students

Friday 17 August 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Education

The start of the second half of the school year has seen a surprising increase in student numbers at Tereora College.


School a priority for Pukapuka pupils

Thursday 16 August 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Education

It was back to school for Rarotonga school students this week – and young visitors from Pukapuka joined them in an effort keep up with their studies before they head home this weekend.


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