Blood specimen has been sought from the driver of a truck that smashed into a Te Aponga Uira (power) pole on Sunday night.

‘Quiet’ weekend ends in a bang

Monday October 19, 2020

Police were last night investigating an accident involving a truck which smashed into a Te Aponga Uira (power) pole near Avatiu harbour.

Truck driver involved in Muri crash granted interim name suppression until next court appearance in November. 

Father faces serious charges

Friday October 16, 2020

Rene James Hand will remain in custody at Arorangi Prison after being arrested on more serious charges including attempted murder.

A number of residents have been approached by family and friends to join Lion’s Share – an online platform described by observers as a pyramid and Ponzi scheme. 

Young boys seen stunt riding on their motorbikes will be charged, police have warned.

A Rarotonga man with an extensive history of breaching orders and charged with a serious offence has been denied bail.

Lawyer on assault charge

Saturday October 10, 2020

A Cook Islands lawyer this week pleaded not guilty to two counts of indecent assault charges.

Police staff face theft charges

Saturday October 10, 2020

Four Cook Islands Police staff who were suspended pending investigation have been charged with financial misconduct. 

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