Entries by Janet Akai

Tom Ryan Cartage Limited Give Us a Helping Hand

Our organisation has a small team. We work hard to ensure that our communities get the very best of us as we work towards achieving our vision of a united and prosperous community. But we can’t always do it on our own, and rely on great people, organisations, businesses, and leaders like Tom Ryan Cartage […]

Pa Metua Super Gold Club Launch

  Our elders have lived rich lives rife with even richer knowledge. On Tuesday 2 October 2018, the Pa Metua Super Gold Club was lunched. The Purpose of the group is to embrace, to remember, to help live on the knowledge and precious teachings and lessons of my Ui Tupuna, yesterday, today for my tamariki […]

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Exhibition & Launch of CITVCNZ

On Monday 22nd October, the Cook Islands Taokotai’anga Vainetini Collective NZ (CITVCNZ) was officially launched at a Cook Islands exhibition. The Collective was first set-up in 2016 with three members – Tepori Teariki, Nana Kamo-Mataroa, and Vaine Areora. Over time, the group grew, becoming 44 members strong and steadily rising. With a vision to unite […]

We Are Hiring: Children & Youth Development Worker

We’re looking for an culturally sound, experienced and energized youth development worker to join our team. If you are passionate about supporting young people to build leadership, confidence, resilience, well being and entrepreneurship, and would like to work with a small team, we want to hear from you. The position aims to work with the […]

‘Island Night’ – Stall Holders Welcome!

Summer is just around the corner! So if you are looking for another fundraising alternative for your Family, Church Group, Sports Team or Community Group? Come and join us at the Island Night. The ‘Island Night’ is all about coming together and enjoying a Friday evening with Good Food, Live Entertainment, Arts & Crafts and […]

Tā’okota’i’anga 2018 Cultural Competition, Sat 1st Sept.

On Saturday 1st September, the Auckland University Cook Islands Association will be hosting a competition called Tā’okota’i’anga. It is a conference and cultural competition for all of the Cook Islands Students Associations from various tertiary institutions across New Zealand to come together, compete and celebrate our beautiful culture. Where: 7 Atiu pl, Favona, Auckland When: […]

Ina Michael: Consultant – Capital Build & Investment

We have an exciting shift in CIDANZ, and want acknowledge Ina Michael in his new role as a Consultant – Capital Build & Investment.  Ina was the foundational Chief Executive of CIDANZ and introduced CIDANZ as the new trading name, co-ordinated the production and implementation of priorities and actions flagged in the 2012-2015 NZ Cook Islands Development […]

Kōrero Rorouira Workshop for CILW2018 @CIDANZ Tuesday July 31 4-7pm

Sally (Ake) Nicholas was born in New Zealand, but soon after her family moved to Rarotonga to reconnect with the Cook Islands language, culture and family. She is currently a Lecturer at the AUT University. This Tuesday, Sally will be hosting a workshop open to all, using Toontastic to teach our reo Maori Kuki Airani. […]

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Empowering Young People Through Ei Katu-Making

Emerge Aotearoa provides a wide range of recovery and rehabilitation services designed to empower people to reach their full recovery potential. They believe that everyone is capable of living a meaningful life and are committed to helping their service users to be the best they can be – resulting in improved overall community well-being and participation. […]

2018 Cook Islands Language Week

As a Cook Islands organisation focused on community and economic development, we’ve had the greatest privilege liaising with the Ministry for Pacific Peoples in the national coordination of Cook Islands Language week. It is with pride that we announce the theme for this years Cook Islands Language Week 2018: Kia ngākau parau, kia rangarangatu to tatou […]