Losirene Lacanivalu

Losirene Lacanivalu

A young man charged with common assault has been convicted and ordered to come up to the High Court if called upon in the next six months.

Cook Islands Police have rejected accusations that a police officer abused his authority in repeatedly banging on a family’s door at night and waking them up.

Husband and wife describe ordeal at hands of alleged resort intruder.

Dogged defence wins the day

Friday June 14, 2019

Justice of the Peace Carmen Temata was meant to be judging serious crimes in the High court yesterday.

Australian couple blame resort’s lack of security fences and cameras for alleged bashing and indecent assault, writes Losirene Lacanivalu.

3200km mission accomplished

Thursday June 13, 2019

After covering 3,029,385 steps on the 3200 kilometre track, it was finally mission accomplished for James Talbot who completed The Creative Trail in New Zealand on Tuesday (NZ time).

Cleaning up the roads

Thursday June 13, 2019

Police are filling up the courts with alleged dangerous drivers as they try to clean up problems on the roads.

Health secretary Dr Josephine Herman said the general consensus is that it is a good idea for the ministry to be working alongside traditional medicine practitioners.

International experts on mosquitoes brought in to train Cook Island health protection officers, as dengue outbreak escalates.

US Customs most likely offended by photos of ‘Cook Islands dancing ladies shaking bottoms’, claims 72yo caregiver.

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