Two high school students have had their cases discharged by the Cook Islands High Court and were sent off with a warning to behave and not to appear in court again.
A man who was found guilty for a charge of intent to cause grievous bodily harm was sentenced to two years and nine-months imprisonment by the Cook Islands High Court yesterday.
A 24-year-old man was sentenced to 18-months’ probation and has been warned by the Cook Islands High Court if he re-offends he would face imprisonment.
As if the Hand of God had spread wide over Rarotonga, a rainbow emerged in the distance as the Police Service held its own prayers yesterday in commemoration of the tragedy of last week’s terrorist attack in Christchurch.
Nooroa Manarangi appeared before Chief Justice Sir Hugh Williams QC for sentencing at the Cook Islands High Court yesterday. Manarangi entered a guilty plea to one count of possessing a utensil for smoking marijuana.