Officer under investigation after alleged assault

Officer under investigation after alleged assault

A Cook Island Police Service spokesman has confirmed that a police officer has been interviewed as part of an investigation in to an alleged assault that occurred at Rehab Nightclub in Avarua on June 7.

Napa has support for PM job

An online campaign has started on social media website Facebook in support of a bid to appoint the country’s first female prime minister.

Akaoa land still used for rubbish

Two months after the National Environment Service has ordered the owner of an Akaoa property to stop dumping and stockpiling waste on a large area of land near the back road, rubbish is still accumulating there.

Health bus ready to go

The dedication of Rarotonga’s new mobile health clinic bus took place at Constitution Park yesterday morning, attended by distinguished guests from both here in the Cook Islands and from New Zealand, including health minister Nandi Glassie and New Zealand High Commissioner Peter Marshall.

CISNOC celebrating big Olympic Week

The Cook Islands Sports and National Olympic Committee (CISNOC) is celebrating Olympic Week, starting yesterday through to Saturday.

National

Health bus ready to go

Health bus ready to go

Health bus ready to go

Health bus ready to go

Health bus ready to go

Health bus ready to go

Health bus ready to go

Health bus ready to go

Health bus ready to go

Health bus ready to go

Health bus ready to go

Health bus ready to go

Sport

Opinion

Compulsory voting would solve low turnout issue

Compulsory voting would solve low turnout issue

Compulsory voting would solve low turnout issue

Compulsory voting would solve low turnout issue

Features

Diving with the sharks

Diving with the sharks

Diving with the sharks