Liam Ratana

Liam Ratana

The health of students at Apii Nikao has apparently deteriorated since moving into their newly-constructed classrooms, the parents of some pupils say.

Two teams recently represented the Cook Islands at the 2018 International Handball Federation Trophy Oceania, held in Noumea, New Caledonia.

As negotiations continue between the Democratic Party (Demos), the Cook Islands Party (CIP), One Cook Islands (OCI), and the independents as to who will form the next government, CINews takes a look at who is likely to land a ministerial portfolio and what Cabinet may look like, depending on which party claims a majority.

Last Tuesday, CINews released the results of its 2018 Cook Islands General Election poll. The poll had a sample size of 100 voters from all constituencies and asked a total of six questions relating to the election.

An investigation into the alleged assault of a 25-year-old woman holidaying on Rarotonga continues, as further details of the incident come to light.

The Cook Islands Police Service had a relatively quiet weekend, attending only a handful of minor incidents.

A Cook Island Police Service spokesman has confirmed that a police officer has been interviewed as part of an investigation in to an alleged assault that occurred at Rehab Nightclub in Avarua on June 7.

The Cook Islands Police Service says the service they provide to the community is “often taken for granted and perhaps not fully appreciated”, after it was revealed officers responded to 247 incidents last month, an average of eight a day.

Visitor accommodation continues to be the largest target for burglars, the latest statistics released by the Cook Islands Police Service show.

OCI could choose next PM

Monday June 18, 2018

One Cook Islands (OCI) leader Teina Bishop says he is feeling “better than ever” following last Thursday’s general election.

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