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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.
The annual cultural festival officially closed yesterday with the pounding of drum beats echoing through the National Auditorium, along with cheers of elation and an impromptu show of dancing skills from Members of Parliament present.
‘VAINE TOA’ is the theme of this year’s Te Kuki Airani Film Festival – and it shows women’s film-making has never been stronger in the Pacific.
The Ministry of Cultural Development yesterday had its appropriation in the 2019/20 Budget passed before the committee of supply in Parliament.
The Secretary of Cultural Development Anthony Turua attended the 8th World Summit on Arts and Culture in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from March 11–14. A small delegation of Cook Islanders from New Zealand also participated in the summit representing the Pacifica Arts Centre of Auckland led by Jacinda Stowers Ama and Tu Raa.