Losirene Lacanivalu

Losirene Lacanivalu

Scientist Dr Ian Calhaem concurs with the Cook Islands authorities that the water in the islands need to be made safe to drink.

A mother and daughter have both admitted charges of common assault, been convicted and ordered to come up for sentencing if called upon in the next six months.

A young man has admitted the assault and aggravated burglary of an Australian tourist and her husband in their room at the Club Raro resort.

Dear editor,

The police wage rise for new recruits will take them to $15,000 – that is about five police officers’ annual wages being paid to Te-Hani to do nothing.

The creative trail fundraiser for Rarotonga’s Creative Centre has been extended for another week.

Police promise they will keep traffic flowing tomorrow with diversions and control point officers,  ensuring hundreds of excited fans can see the parade launching Te Maeva Nui celebrations.

Police warn: Drink and drive and no matter who you are, no matter your profession, they will enforce the law.

Repeat offender: Send me to jail

Thursday July 25, 2019

A recidivist drink-driver, who opted to get his court matter over and done with, was this week sentenced to two months’ imprisonment.

Young mum in 4-car crash

Thursday July 25, 2019

A 20-year-old mother can no longer drive her child to friends or to the shops, after causing a drunken smash on the main road between Avatiu and Nikao

Cooks ship released

Wednesday July 24, 2019

Cook Islands registered vessel Alexander Tvardovskiy has been released from detention and the crew wages have been paid.

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