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No signs, no excuse say police

Tuesday December 11, 2018

Police officers operating a radar gun outside the police headquarters in Avarua are handing out fines to motorists for speeding, despite the fact there is no road sign indicating a reduced speed limit through the town area.

Call for safer driving

Monday December 10, 2018

Motor vehicle crashes are continuing their climb to an all-time record high this year thanks to another bout of accidents over the weekend.

Tourist accommodation facilities continue to be targeted by thieves as visitors fall victim to break-ins on Rarotonga each month.

The 38-year-old tourist who died in a motorbike crash at the seawall in Nikao on Sunday has been identified as Michael Kemp.

Truck riding rules raised again

Thursday December 06, 2018

Truck drivers who allow anyone to ride in a manner in which they are at risk or in danger will be liable for prosecution.

This year is already threatening to become the worst for reported motor vehicle crashes.

A male tourist who posted a video on Facebook of himself driving recklessly, drinking, speeding, not wearing a helmet and performing off-road stunts has been let off with a warning, provoking anger on social media from locals.

Course a step forward

Friday November 30, 2018

A small step towards shaping a better driving culture on Rarotonga has been made with the introduction of a new Cook Islands Police Service-driven rider education course for young motorcycle drivers.

Police mass marks White Ribbon Day

Tuesday November 27, 2018

The Cook Islands Police Service marked White Ribbon Day on Saturday morning by attending mass at the Catholic Cathedral in Avarua.

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