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Archive posts from 2022

For the love of culture

For the love of culture

11 August 2022

As teams struggled to get numbers for this year’s Te ... read more

Celebrating Cook Islands language in New Zealand

Celebrating Cook Islands language in New Zealand

9 August 2022

The Cook Islands Language Week was celebrated last week right ... read more

Curtain falls on country’s biggest, best cultural event

Curtain falls on country’s biggest, best cultural event

8 August 2022

The countless hours of late nights rolling into the wee ... read more

Tributes flow for fallen kapa haka icon

Tributes flow for fallen kapa haka icon

8 August 2022

The body of Te Arawa kapa haka stalwart Sally-Ann Roberts ... read more

Atiu wins top Te Maeva Nui awards

Atiu wins top Te Maeva Nui awards

8 August 2022

Atiu’s spectacular performances and creative costumes helped the southern group ... read more

Celebrating 57 years of self-governance

Celebrating 57 years of self-governance

5 August 2022

Dignitaries, members of the public, Te Maeva Nui dance groups ... read more

Atiu ready to hit the stage in Ura Pau category

Atiu ready to hit the stage in Ura Pau category

3 August 2022

Atiu’s Te Maeva Nui cultural team is set and ready ... read more

Cultural diversity shines at International Night

Cultural diversity shines at International Night

1 August 2022

The successful Te Maeva Nui 2022 International Night on Saturday ... read more

Cook Islands Language Week opens with new digital hub for kōrero Kūki ‘Āirani

Cook Islands Language Week opens with new digital hub for kōrero Kūki ‘Āirani

1 August 2022

New Zealand Government is opening an online hub for young ... read more

Te Pa o Rākaihautū Kapa Haka group put on spectacular show

Te Pa o Rākaihautū Kapa Haka group put on spectacular show

1 August 2022

The Te Pa o Rākaihautū Kapa Haka group from New ... read more

Voices of Rakahanga

Voices of Rakahanga

30 July 2022

Voices of Rakahanga will be singing loud and proud in ... read more

Final touches before cultural festival gets underway

Final touches before cultural festival gets underway

29 July 2022

The young dancers of Pukapuka’s Te Maeva Nui team are ... read more

Mauke ready to rock at Te Maeva Nui 2022

Mauke ready to rock at Te Maeva Nui 2022

28 July 2022

Mauke is going all out this year participating in all ... read more

Strumming the heartstrings

Strumming the heartstrings

23 July 2022

Island string bands are not about harmonious pitch perfect songs ... read more

Promoting Cook Islands language and culture

Promoting Cook Islands language and culture

20 July 2022

Determined to keep the language and traditions of Reo Maori ... read more

Akararangiʻanga i te ‘Epetoma ō te Rēo Māori: ‘Te Rēo ō te Vairākau’

Akararangiʻanga i te ‘Epetoma ō te Rēo Māori: ‘Te Rēo ō te Vairākau’

7 July 2022

Tumū Tāpura: Te rēo ō te Vairākau, Monite Rā 4 ... read more

Training Te Reo Maori translators

Training Te Reo Maori translators

11 June 2022

Te Reo Maori Act 2003 states that Government documents must ... read more

Te Mire Atu postponed until June

Te Mire Atu postponed until June

23 March 2022

Due to some composers and singers being struck with Omicron ... read more

Paintings celebrate Polynesian culture

Paintings celebrate Polynesian culture

1 November 2021

Apii Te Uki Ou held its annual art auction at ... read more