Losirene Lacanivalu

Losirene Lacanivalu

Home away from home

Wednesday June 24, 2020

Some expat workers believe they’re more secured in Rarotonga than in their home country during this Covid-19 crisis.

A human rights tribunal is set to rule on a school’s demand that a 5-year-old boy’s hair be cut, against his family’s Cook Islands tradition. 

Parliaments around the Pacific are part of a new webinar series that gives opportunities for constitutional leaders to promote innovations and responses during the Covid-19 crisis.

Drink-drive destruction

Monday June 22, 2020

Police are battling resurgent problems with drink-driving.

A former violent criminal is fighting being sent back to Cook Islands, a country he left as a small child and knows nothing about.

Hereiti File explains to Losirene Lacanivalu why Cook Islands and the world have a long way to go, to achieve equality between men and women.

Apii Te Uki Ou teacher Grace Archer is emerging from her coma and able to blink her eyes.

Minister George Maggie’s adviser dismisses investigation as ‘complete nonsense’. 

Cook Islands students and staff are happy at the reinstatement of University of the South Pacific Vice-Chancellor Professor Pal Ahluwalia.

An unhappy Brett Davis boarded a flight to New Zealand yesterday, concerned the New Zealand government would place him in a high-risk Covid quarantine camp.

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