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Dr Jon Tikivanotau Jonassen has over the years written books on topics that are close to his heart and tomorrow he will be launching another four of his books for the Cook Islands people and the future generations.
While universities around the world are seeing a sharp decline in enrolment, USP Cook Islands has seen a huge increase thanks to a government initiative.
Araura College Dux Dalcynare Kirite has dedicated her award to her mum.
Young inmates who were part of a sex education programme with the Cook Islands Family Welfare Association (CIFWA) Youth peer Educators completed their training yesterday.
Maiata Forsyth was awarded Apii Nikao’s Dux of the Year 2020 at the school’s prize giving ceremony on Friday last week.
Apii Te Uki Ou farewells 31 Year 8 students who will join Tereora College for higher education.
Makenna Gribble was awarded the 2020 Dux for Apii Takitumu at the school’s presentation held at the Matavera Revival Church.
Top senior students from Tereora College were rewarded for their exceptional performance in the 2020 academic year.
Adelaida Brown from Anau Te Kou was shocked when she was announced the Dux of the Year 2020 for Tereora College.
This year’s University of the South Pacific Open Day will have some distinguished alumni sharing their experiences at the tertiary institution.
Children at Te Uki Ou let their artistic talents flow freely as they prepare for their annual art exhibition.
It was a day of fun, colour and laughter at the World Food Day celebrations held at Constitution Park yesterday.
One of Rarotonga’s oldest schools has broken with a 125-year tradition after appointing its first male principal.
University of the South Pacific students in Cook Islands are being assured that it is “business as usual” at the regional campus despite the university saga at the main campus in Fiji.
Rarotonga children are making the most of their school holiday taking part in a number of activities around the island.
Future local stars join the spirit of the Cook Islands Games by competing in the schools sporting events.
“In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth” - this was the message delivered by the Early Childhood Education students of St Joseph’s School with their art.
Pukapuka’s Apii Niua students produced some heartening pieces of writing to mark the World Literacy Day and Literacy Week earlier this month.
Nukutere College students bring joy and healing to their counterparts at Mallacoota P-12 College who suffered losses in Australian bushfire.
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