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In the early seventies, Arorangi Prison inmates began making ukuleles as a way to support their rehabilitation.

The safety response capacity of the Cook Islands Police Service just got stronger thanks to a consignment of Heart Start machines donated by the Australian Federal Police.

Verdict for ex-teacher on Monday

Saturday March 16, 2019

A verdict on the matter of a former school teacher who is facing 59 charges of theft by conversion will be passed at the Cook Islands High Court on Monday.

Balcony accused found guilty

Thursday March 14, 2019

Savenaca Virivirisai, 36, was found guilty of throwing a man off a balcony and convicted by a 12-member jury at the Cook Islands High Court yesterday.

Virivirisai appeared before Chief Justice Sir Hugh Williams QC.

Cook Islands Police Service has stood down two if its officers who were involved in a motor vehicle crash at 2am yesterday.

Balcony verdict to be passed today

Wednesday March 13, 2019

A verdict is expected to be passed today after two days of trial of Savenaca Virivirisai, 36, at the Cook Islands High Court.

A young man who is currently in custody has been granted name suppression by the Cook Islands High Court. The decision was made by the Justice of Peace Carmen Temata on Thursday.

Victim ‘thrown’ off balcony

Tuesday March 12, 2019

A three-day trial for a man who is alleged to have intended to cause grievous bodily harm began at the Cook Islands High Court yesterday.

Defence counsel Norman George hopes he will be able assist two young clients who are on a joint burglary charge to understand what they are up against.

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