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Tauranga Vananga - the Ministry of Cultural Development, and the Cook Islands Tourism Corporation joined forces last week to run their first cultural tour guide workshop.
Cook Islander Caren Rangi has been appointed as the new chair of the Arts Council of New Zealand Toi Aotearoa (Creative New Zealand’s governing body) for a three year term. Rangi will be the first Pacific chair and third woman to hold this role of chair of the Arts Council in its 55-year history.
Tauranga Vananga Ministry of Cultural Development will work with Cook Islands Tourism this year to offer Cook Islands Maori cultural training to local tour guides.
Even though Covid-19 has been hard on everyone, Turua said the Ministry of Culture has managed to successfully hold or be part of a number of events promoting and preserving Cook Islands culture and identity.
It is the Cook Islands’ most iconic cultural event. But this week, it brought Pacific people in their thousands to a little-known sports stadium in East Auckland.
The Cook Islands' biggest cultural festival has come to New Zealand for the first time since its inception more than 50 years ago.