Ban on healer who offered cancer cure to dying Cook Islands man

Ban on healer who offered cancer cure to dying Cook Islands man

Australian claims to treat cancer with baking soda and advises against vaccinating children, in visits to Rarotonga. 

Video shows police officer punching prone man

An angry mother has posted a video on social media to prove police beat her son as he lay helpless on the ground.

PM’s chief hits back: ‘Fatal flaw’

Marae Moana head Jacqui Evans often disagreed with her government colleagues and policy, says the Prime Minister’s Office.

Environment Service boss uses project funding for $65,000 truck

 A “luxury vehicle” purchased by the National Environment Service for its director has now been transferred to the Queen’s Representative.

Represent! At our best, from Te Maeva Nui to the Tattoo to the League 9s

Rarely have so many Cook Islanders reached so far, in so many fields, as this week. Lisa Williams and Anneka Brown report.

Local

Shot dog euthanased at vet clinic

Politics

PM’s chief hits back: ‘Fatal flaw’

Crime

Man denies threat to kill charge

Weather

‘Prepare for summer cyclones’

Health

Hospital apologises for acrid smoke  from its medical waste incinerator

Outer Islands

Pieces of Aitutaki

Environment

$500k fine or  jail for oil spill

Economy

Limestone painting  is one of traditional  practices celebrated  in tourism awards