The Taamo family bid farewell to their beloved pet gannet Aki a week ago, releasing it back into the wild. But the charismatic bird has since returned, deciding it would rather live with the family who raised it on the island of Aitutaki.
Penrhyn schools of Omoka and Tetautua held their prize-giving events separately last week and consequently, the principal of both schools Apii Napa had to cross the lagoon highway to attend the event at Tetautua.
The Year 4 students at Papa’aroa School couldn’t contain their excitement for the very last day of school yesterday as they lined up outside their classroom to finish off the last few hours left of their school day.
Government agencies and ministries have been told to have a Covid-19 policy in place for staff and clients while health and safety officers are to be mandated in an effort to undertake responsibilities on behalf of the agency, ministry or business they represent.
Members of Parliament and government officials gathered at the Office of the Prime Minister on Wednesday to hear about the country’s National Sustainable Development Agenda (NSDA 2020+) for the next 100 years.
Mandatory vaccination will be implemented by at least one state owned enterprise and the leading private enterprise, while another supermarket has no intention of enforcing dismissal of the unvaccinated, unless government legislates it.