Losirene Lacanivalu

Losirene Lacanivalu

One of Rarotonga’s oldest schools has broken with a 125-year tradition after appointing its first male principal. 

New stars emerge from the Games

Tuesday October 20, 2020

Sporting federations are being urged to continue providing competitive platform to their athletes.

Blood specimen has been sought from the driver of a truck that smashed into a Te Aponga Uira (power) pole on Sunday night.

For the last two months, Te Marae Ora health ministry and To Tatou Vai have been working together to conduct joint water quality tests around the island.

More prison wardens graduate from martial arts training to enhance their skills in controlling restraints against violent inmates or “very hard to control people”. 

Since the option to repatriate became available, 22 Filipino workers have said goodbye to Rarotonga and returned to their homeland as their employment contracts ended.

National superfund boss Damien Beddoes has welcomed government’s ‘think tank’ group’s suggestion that members should not withdraw any funds during the Covid-19 pandemic.

‘Helmet habit saved my life’

Friday October 16, 2020

Te Ariki Tuavera is grateful for his habit of wearing a helmet whenever he gets on his motorbike.

Truck driver involved in Muri crash granted interim name suppression until next court appearance in November. 

Father faces serious charges

Friday October 16, 2020

Rene James Hand will remain in custody at Arorangi Prison after being arrested on more serious charges including attempted murder.

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