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Thriving in a man’s world

16 January 2021

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Country ranks low in internet use

ABOUT 7 per cent of Cook Islands people are internet users, according to a live statistic review conducted by the internet Live Stat website.

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Adopt a voyager!

More than 100 vaka voyagers are on the sea and ready to sail into Avana harbour this Friday, if conditions are right, for the inaugural Te Manava Vaka Festival.

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Cook Islands manpower aided British war effort

It’s Anzac Day on Saturday, and all over the Cook Islands, people will remember the efforts of those brave men who fought, and in some cases died, for their country in World Wars One and Two and subsequent conflicts.

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Looking to a 'healthy' future

Last week high school students from the Pa Enua were on the island for the week-long careers week, experiencing work placement in sectors they hope to one day work in.

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ICI's work vital to country's development

Infrastructure Cook Islands (ICI) are making their debut appearance under their new title at today’s expo, and they want more students to get to know the country’s important infrastructure sector.

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'Perfect' career has plenty to offer

Do you want to find the perfect career, where you can help people, travel, work flexible hours and make a real difference in your community?

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Celebrating 40 years of university training

This year USP Cook Islands is celebrating 40 years of in-country university training in the Cook Islands.

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Learning to walk before they can fly

Jeannie Mose and Lydia Karena both want to be flight attendants, but they are learning to walk before they can fly.

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Two students work at their dream job

When David Ngaoire and Caleb Maea leave school, they want to lead careers helping people stay connected in the Cook Islands.

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Gender no obstacle for mechanic hopeful

Being the only girl in the workshop didn’t sway Mariana Vainerere from pursuing her interest in becoming a mechanic.

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Looking into an airline future

Rayman Kiria fitted right in at Air Rarotonga on his work placement as a check-in agent last week.

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The face behind every great careers expo

With Careers Expo 2015 in full swing, it’s important to remember the woman behind all the activity that takes place on the day and the weeks leading up to it.

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Beautiful spot to get your wings

Nelson Aviation College is a boutique private training establishment nestled in the picturesque landscape of Motueka, at the top of the South Island of New Zealand.

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Powerful directions at Careers Expo 2015

Hundreds of school students will get the opportunity to map out their futures today while attending the bi-annual Cook Islands Careers Expo.

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Student brings more nurture to nature

Tiana Haxton loves animals so much, she can’t even bring herself to choose one as a favourite – she simply loves them all.

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Bringing you back to a great day out

While many are struggling to get back into the working week after a four-day weekend, CINews takes you back to Friday with some more Beach Day Out snaps.

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By tugboat and barge to Mangaia

Derek Fox describes an adventurous trip to Mangaia last week aboard a tugboat towing a load of heavy machinery and other cargo.

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Cook Islanders fought for the Empire

This feature by Helene Kay and Grace Hutton of the Cook Islands Soldiers of World War One committee, provides an insight into the contribution made by some of the Cook Islands men who volunteered for service in ‘The War To End All Wars’. The New Zealand-based committee is planning a series of special events this year to commemorate the 100th year of Cook Islanders enlisting in the New Zealand army.

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'Celebration' also time to ask some tough questions

Cook Islander Thomas Tarurongo Wynne moved home in 2011 to take on his role as Tereora College’s guidance counsellor.

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Will Crummer croons away the years

“I’m back in the race, I’m racing and I love it baby!” are the enthusiastic words Rarotonga master singer Will Crummer uses to describe a singing career that started many years ago, and continues to grow.

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