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A male tourist who posted a video on Facebook of himself driving recklessly, drinking, speeding, not wearing a helmet and performing off-road stunts has been let off with a warning, provoking anger on social media from locals.

Course a step forward

Friday November 30, 2018

A small step towards shaping a better driving culture on Rarotonga has been made with the introduction of a new Cook Islands Police Service-driven rider education course for young motorcycle drivers.

Police mass marks White Ribbon Day

Tuesday November 27, 2018

The Cook Islands Police Service marked White Ribbon Day on Saturday morning by attending mass at the Catholic Cathedral in Avarua.

The sheer volume of offending dealt with by the police should “give pause” to any criticism that police officers on Rarotonga are not doing their jobs, says Cook Islands Police Service spokesman Trevor Pitt.

Five drink drivers land in court

Monday November 19, 2018

The “don’t drink and drive” message is simply still not getting through, says police spokesperson Trevor Pitt.

Police are investigating the case of an abandoned new-born-baby, allegedly found “in a field” in Turangi on Saturday morning. 

Police arrest seven in just four days…

Wednesday November 14, 2018

Police arrested seven people between last Friday and Monday.

Court order breaches

Tuesday November 13, 2018

Breaches of court orders represent a significant chunk of police prosecutions each month, says police spokesman Trevor Pitt.

When you sell a vehicle you must take care of all of the paperwork involved in the change of ownership – or the consequences could be costly.

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