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Driver breath-tested at twice the alcohol limit tells JP he had drunk only two cans of Woodstock. 

A United Nations human rights committee grilled the government yesterday about treating people in same-sex relationships as criminals.

More than 100,000 Cook Islanders, scattered around the world like atolls in an ocean. 85,000 in New Zealand. 25,000 in Australia. More dotted around the fringes of the Pacific, the US and further afield in Europe.

Cruise tourists to be evacuated

Wednesday March 04, 2020

The troubled cruise ship MSC Magnifica left two passengers behind in Rarotonga hospital, when it left Cook Islands on Monday night.

Ship beached as, bro

Wednesday March 04, 2020

Crew are reported safe after their Cook Islands-registered cargo ship ran aground in contested waters between Greece and Turkey.

Run on masks, sanitiser

Wednesday March 04, 2020

CITC says customers shouldn’t panic at not being able to buy any hand sanitiser, amid scenes of reported pandemonium in other countries as coronavirus draws nearer.

UN to hear child rights challenges

Wednesday March 04, 2020

Internal Affairs officials must report Cook Islands progress to first-ever UN committee hearing in the Pacific.

Customs’ new place

Tuesday March 03, 2020

The opening of a new Customs office in Avarua is a small step towards bigger plans to strengthen Customs in the Cook Islands, says the Financial Secretary.

Defence counsel Mark Short has requested the High Court to order a medical assessment for his client, Elijah Trego.

The police officer alleged to have assaulted a young father outside the Raro Fried Chicken is facing four counts of assault with intent to injure.

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