An increase in the number of checkpoints last month has resulted in 78 drivers who are now forbidden from driving, largely due to alcohol consumption says Police media advisor Trevor Pitt.

A mother allowed an older man to sleep with her daughter – in exchange for buying them groceries.

Police says accused criminals are taking advantage of bail laws, asking to be let out of custody so they can work – then committing new offences.

An inmate at the Arorangi Prison is alleging that his life has been threatened by people in high places in the Cook Islands.

$2.5m claim over shootings

Saturday May 11, 2019

The family of shooting victim Mary Dean has made a claim of more than $2.5 million from the Cook Islands government over negligence and other matters that led to the triple killings of October 19, 2016.

A foreign worker has pleaded guilty to a charge of abandoning a child in Matavera, Rarotonga, last year will be sentenced next week by Judge Judith Potter.

A youth who escaped from police custody on April 24 after being questioned and arrested at the Avarua Police Headquarters is being remanded.

A methamphetamine case involving Tehananaia Maeva Haas has been adjourned to June 6.

Four teens questioned

Friday May 03, 2019

Four young teenage suspects have been identified by the Cook Islands Police for allegedly taking three rental cars for joy rides over the weekend.

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