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Semisi Loki was yesterday convicted and sentenced to community service and a $1000 fine for possession of a drug utensil.

Police work on arson case praised

Thursday August 08, 2019

Police Commissioner Maara Tetava has praised his investigation team in tackling the three arson fires of 2018.

Secretary for Health Dr Josephine Herman has called for a strengthened regional approach to combat what is known in the Pacific as the “cancer burden”.

Dogs put down due to attacks

Thursday August 08, 2019

Four dogs have been put down near Manuia Beach in Arorangi.

CI News Online subscription

Wednesday August 07, 2019

To our CI News online subscribers: please note the new rate for the online subscription - effective as of 1st August 2019.

Two long-serving outer island public servants have been recognised in the Queen’s birthday honours for their services to the community.

18 year old guilty of arson

Wednesday August 07, 2019

A 12-member jury delivered a guilty verdict on the arson case before Judge Colin Doherty at the High Court yesterday.

Ake Te Ariki Lewis dedicated much of her life to teaching and is well-known as a human rights advocate and community leader.

Unakea Kauvai has carried enormous weight on his shoulders, in every role from treasurer of St Joseph's Cathedral Parish to chairman of the Airport Authority – but the greatest weight he carries is in a lesser-known capacity.

Arson accused David Tonorio was playing video games at home on the night of the Friendly Mart fire, he says.

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