The worst of the tropical depression TD05F has passed by and after a big clean-up of clearing sand and debris yesterday morning, Vaiana’s Bar and Bistro is gearing up to celebrate Australia Day tomorrow afternoon.
New Zealand’s popular music performer, director and arranger Garth Young, who spent much of his career serenading Rarotonga with his piano music, has had a book of iconic New Zealand albums of the 1950s to 80s dedicated to him.
Local non-governmental organisation Korero o te Orau’s Atui’anga ki te Tango senior students along with the Catholic Youth of Rarotonga will be performing a ‘Boom Shakalaka Youth Vibes’ New Year’s Eve concert this Friday, December 31.
Although there were less spectators than previous years to watch the annual Tropical Christmas Santa Parade through town, the squeals of glee from the kids as the floats passed made it all the more worthwhile.
A vibrant non-denominational Christian music festival aimed at getting ‘lost’ youths off the street, out of nightclubs, away from criminal activity and back to church took place on Sunday at the National Auditorium.
The Charlies Eke Darts Club based in Titikaveka are not just about sport and socialising, the kind hearted members have donated over $12,600 to various community organisations on Rarotonga and the Pa Enua.