The Cook Islands’ is back in the running to compete in the 2019 Rugby World Cup after Tahiti’s win against the local team last year was overturned by World Rugby.
Two people involved with stabbing incidents appeared before Justice Potter in the Cook Islands High Court yesterday.
The Crimes Bill 2017 needs changes to expand, clarify and update some of its provisions regarding sexual offences, says Cook Islands Family Welfare representative Polly Tongia.
Two people have received convictions in relation to the Ecuadorian-flagged Nino Maravilla vessel, now berthed at Aitutaki.
The Cook Islands’ 2019 Rugby World Cup hopes are alive once again, after a World Rugby decision that Tahiti fielded ineligible players in the test match played last year.