The Cook Islands Centre of Excellence in Information Technology has hosted a school holiday programme with the mission of providing digital and technological confidence to students and young people in the country.
Young tamariki on their school holidays have known no such thing as boredom for the past week thanks to the Cook Islands Sports and National Olympic Committee’s popular school holiday programme, Sport 4 Life.
The Marae Moana Public Outreach team were able to meet with the House of Ariki earlier this month to promote and raise awareness and education on Marae Moana. The visit was successful in highlighting the aims of Marae Moana and solidifying the partnership between the traditional network of the House of Ariki and Marae Moana’s different outreach initiatives.
Nearly two years of carrying out research on Mitiaro gave Auckland University of Technology Marine Biology PhD candidate Antony Vavia insight into the relationship island’s residents have with the ocean, while also shedding light on a place where he has ancestral roots.
University of the South Pacific (USP) Cook Islands has cause to celebrate having achieved a ranking among the top 10 per cent of universities worldwide in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings for 2022.
Following a series of collaborative discussions and meetings, the Ministry of Education and Tereora College have reached an amicable agreement on a position that addresses pay parity of the collective teaching workforce across all schools.
Schools and tertiary provider premises are fully equipped with CookSafe tagging capabilities - precautionary measures for the current Cook Islands Alert Level 2 procedure - in response to the changing scope of the community outbreak of the Covid-19 Delta variant in New Zealand.