The DVD will be launched at the Punanga Nui Cultural Market on Saturday 9th of December and will Cost $30. There are only 150 copies being sold so if you want a copy you need to be fast. If you are overseas please fill out the form below to get a copy posted out to you.
Friday 24th – Thursday 30th November 2017 KEY: National Auditorium = Te Are Karioi Nui a Division of Ministry of Culture (MoC) National Museum = Runanga Pakau, a Division of MoC National Library = Runanga Puka, a Division of MoC. National Archives = Runanga Akamou Korero a Division of MoC. Maire Nui Park = Park […]
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text][/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text] NAME OF CONTESTANTS REPRESENTING. 1 TEREMATAORA JOHN F MELBOURNE AUSTRALIA 2 KALAN TURIA M MELBOURNE AUSTRALIA 3 JASMINE SAMUEL MATA F SYDNEY AUSTRALIA 4 MARY TAIO F SYDNEY AUSTRALIA 5 RAVEN NICHOLLS M SYDNEY AUSTRALIA 6 DESTINY KIRIA F AUCKLAND NEW ZEALAND 7 JOHN KIRIA Junr M AUCKLAND NEW ZEALAND 8 MOEAU HENRY […]
Please note these are our main events held but the Ministry of Cultural Development, other events like the International Dancer of the year haven’t been confirmed for these years. Moreover, Miss Cook Islands and School Festival are held by organisations outside of the Ministry.
Friday 9th June 2017 Cook Islands National Archives in Tupapa Theme: “Archives, Citizenship and Interculturalism” We are going to make a tourist tour in our National Archives Office at the Ministry of Cultural Development, showcasing part of our Cook Islands History through sharing information Cook Islands Parliament Minute Book 1897-1901 Rarotonga Council Minutes 1917-1941 Cook […]
Throughout the month of June a series of documentary films will be screened at the National Museum – Runanga Pakau in Tupapa. The series of documentaries examines the impact of economic, political and social change to Cook Islands way of life from the 1950s to the 1980s against a backdrop of transition from NZ administration […]
THEME: “TE AU MĀNGA A TOKU MATAKEINANGA” Translation: “THE TRIBAL FOODS OF MY COMMUNITY” Friday July 28th Te Maeva Nui(TMN17) Official Opening and Float Parade – Punanga Nui Friday July 28th Te Maeva Nui(TMN17) Official Opening and Float Parade – Punanga Nui Saturday July 29th Te Maeva Nui (TMN17) Cultural events starts – National Auditorium […]
• Friday November 24th – Official Opening the Flowers Festival Week – Maire Nui Drive Park • Monday November 27th – Businesses Decorated Properties Competition – RTBC • Tuesday November 28th – Government Decorated Properties Competition – RTBC • Wednesday November 29th – Schools Decorated Properties Competition – RTBC • Thursday November 24th – Miss […]