Losirene Lacanivalu

Losirene Lacanivalu

Rubbish collection days will be cut down to once a week for many households around Rarotonga.

Raising the profile of nurses

Saturday July 20, 2019

The importance of raising the profiles of nurses and recognising their efforts in the community and the nation is important.

Sir Tom Marsters paid tribute to the late revolutionary peace icon Nelson Mandela as he received South Africa’s High Commissioner to New Zealand Vuyiswa Tulelo’s accreditation to the Cook Islands.

Community libraries for Raro

Friday July 19, 2019

More community libraries are planned for Rarotonga after the contribution of a set of bookshelves to the Tupapa Clinic.

Young dad gets bail

Friday July 19, 2019

Tereanu Teava breathed a sigh of relief and smiled in the court room yesterday, after Justice of Peace Bernice Manarangi granted him bail – the culmination of a long-running saga.

Police are calling on the public not to rely on social media for justice but to report any crime to the relevant authorities.

Cooks ship detained

Thursday July 18, 2019

A Maritime Cook Islands surveyor arrives in Scotland today to check the condition of a Cooks-flagged cargo ship at the centre of an international row.

Back home with a vision to deliver

Wednesday July 17, 2019

Tanga Morris returned to the Cook Islands with a vision to give back to her homeland and to put to use what she has learnt from abroad.

Model of new patrol boat delivered

Wednesday July 17, 2019

A nationwide competition to name the new police patrol boat will soon be on the cards, says the police commissioner.

The Cook Islands Maori language continues to be at threat of extinction warns High Commissioner to New Zealand Elizabeth Wright-Koteka, saying recovery needs to start now.

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