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Mr. Brian Tairea, Senior Extension Officer of the Ministry of Agriculture in Rarotonga, Cook Islands. Is keen to learn how to make best use of online social media tools to generate and share information to achieve both personal development and organisational goals.
The Hokule'a is a full-scale replica of a Polynesian voyaging canoe. She is currently sailing 47,000 miles around the world on a 2 year voyage known as Malama Honua ("To Care for our Earth") without engine power. This interview was at Muri Lagoon, Rarotonga, Cook Islands on August 5, 2014. On August 6 she departed the Cooks for Samoa. Follow their progress at www.hokulea.com
Atiu island located in the Cook Islands is fascinating and truly unique. It’s as if you are stepping back in time to a more simple being. It practically feels like a different world. All of your modern conveniences disappear. You completely loose your sense of time and experience nature in it’s raw form. Please visit www.cosmopolitantraveler.com for more and subscribe! Music: Stock media provided by Hakan Eriksson Pond5 www.pond5.com/stock-music/52557107/epic-cinematic-theme.html
This film was produced by The Reporters' Academy, a media production company run by young people, tasked with the mission of telling the stories of Oceania's swimmers at the World Championships in Kazan. The Reporters' Academy is integrated into the world of media, education and employment, dedicated to changing the lives of young people across Oceania and the UK.
Few places in this world are as beautiful and unspoiled as Aitutaki in the Cook Islands. In this video I focus on the lagoon which is heaven on earth. Let me know if you have any questions in the comments below! Be sure to check out my blog at www.cosmopolitantraveler.com and follow me on social media! @cosmopolitantraveler Music: Stock media provided by theMime Pond5 www.pond5.com
Pacific Students Media presents... The Highly Engaged Learning Placements (HELP) is a program of the Pacific Islander Student Center at UH Hilo to place Pacific Islander students into meaningful experiential learning and employment opportunities that impact their education while helping their Pacific Islander communities on campus, Hawaii, or throughout the Pacific Island regions. The HELP Symposium is designed to bring awareness to the needs of the Pacific Island community and the efforts of Pacific Islander students to engage in the challenges. ABOUT OLESS: Oless is a native of American Sāmoa and has lived in Honolulu since 2010. He has a passion for sharing cultural practices and serving other Pacific Islanders. As a performer and entertainer at the Polynesian Culture Center in Laie...
Joey takes a wicket with his first ball in Rarotonga in the first T20 v Cook Islands at BCI Stadium. "The quickest bowler they have ever faced", the PITT Media Cook Islands national men's team don't score a run off Joey who finished with figures of 2-2-0-3. Bravo big fella!
Ulamila Kurai Wragg from the Cook Islands has galvanized Pacific Island women in media, from Hawaii to Fiji, to lead the way in addressing climate change. She is in New York for Climate Week to urge world leaders to take action now. http://www.greenpeace.org/myvoice
September 2016 this is my second visit to this wonderful place on earth... I started travelling when I was 17, I love travelling as much as I can :-) I think I've visited around 24 different countries until now. I never go back to the same place twice, but Rarotonga has stolen my heart so I am always planning my next visit there, the peace, fun, chill and relaxing times this island gives me every time I am there is priceless. getting there is not even that expensive and it is also easy to get there from australia. This place is a dream came truth... If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact me, I am more than happy to answer and share all this amazing experience with you all Email: email@example.com Social Media Links: ★ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/the_pr...