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    Keeping safe in Rarotonga- COVID-19

    Although the Cook Islands remains at zero Covid-19 cases, one Māori working in Rarotonga has taken the pro-active step of self-isolation due to personal health issues.

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    Pacific Leadership Forum: Pasifika at highest risk of Coronavirus

    The Pacific Leadership Forum have identified their ethnicity as the having the highest risk of contracting Coronavirus. To combat that risk, the Aotearoa based leadership group has offered their services to help the government prepare their communities for the long fight ahead. In a statement the forum wrote, “This is a great risk not only to the Pacific communities, but also to the wider New Zealand population.”

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    Cook Island Māori photographer documents indigenous stories to the world

    Cook Island, Māori photographer Alex King is proving what it means to be an indigenous photographer, documenting indigenous stories from around the world.

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    Microsoft Executive says: “Being Māori is my superpower”

    Microsoft executive Dan Te Whenua Walker (Ngāti Ruanui, Ngāti Maniapoto, Tūhourangi and Ngāti Kahungunu) says that Māoritanga has accelerated his career in the IT/Tech sector.

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    Tokomaru Bay students retracing ancestors' steps in Rarotonga

    Tokomaru Bay School Hatea-a-Rangi are connecting with the place their ancestors voyaged from Rarotonga to Aotearoa.

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    Tauranga, Tokomaru students celebrate Te Maeva Nui 2019

    Māori students from Tauranga and Tokomaru Bay are taking part in this year's Te Maeva Nui celebrations in Rarotonga.

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    Marumaru Atua receives warm welcome home

    Marumaru Atua has arrived at Avatiu Harbour in Rarotonga today after 19 days at sea.  While it's not the first time this vaka has journeyed all the way from Aotearoa, this latest voyage has been some years in the making.

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    Students 'tracing the footsteps of Paikea'

    Te Kāea caught up with Māori immersion school Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Ngā Uri ā Māui on their most recent extracurricular educational expedition to Rarotonga.

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    Cook Islands in business talks with FOMA

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's Pacific Mission has created an opportunity for FOMA and Cook Islands representatives to discuss furthering business opportunities. 

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    Pension changes for Cook Islands, Niue and Tokelau

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced that by next year Cook Islands, Niue and Tokelau residents can reside in their homelands after the age of 50 and still be eligible for NZ superannuation and veteran’s pension.

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