Losirene Lacanivalu

Losirene Lacanivalu

Arson case adjourned again

Monday March 16, 2020

Defence lawyer Wilkie Rasmussen is ready to enter a plea for his client, alleged arsonist Derek Trego.

A mother and daughter discovered something they love doing together – and now they’ve found they can make a business out of it.

Lawyer prosecuting Prime Minister has winning form.

Stallholders left out of pocket

Saturday March 14, 2020

Cook Islands businesses are disappointed by the last minute cancellation of the Pasifika festival. 

Desexed dogs and cats may be less likely to fall victim to a dangerous toxin caused by eating fish, a study suggests.

The position for the coordinator of national children policy for the Ministry of Internal Affairs is still vacant.

Vodafone Cook Islands is to test-drive a new communication satellite that promises a broader footprint over the country than some existing satellites.

Constant flooding in Tupapa could have serious health implications for tamariki and ititangata. 

Charges dropped to one

Wednesday March 11, 2020

It has been confirmed that Elijah Trego faces only one charge of aggravated robbery.

A tourism operator whose name is suppressed is facing a charge of assaulting a female.

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