Crime

Commissioner of Police Maara Tetava says he will stand firm on his determination to continue in his post despite what he describes as “apparent aspertions” and doubt cast on his employment last week.

The Cook Islands Police Service says it wants to quash any rumours and speculation about two young males, charged recently with arson. 

Confusion over top cop’s job

Saturday November 03, 2018

Amid rumours this week that police commissioner Maara Tetava had quit his position, confusion remains regarding the status of his employment contract.

Police are advising road users to be very careful during the current period of inclement weather.

Wandering animals can cause a lot of grief for property owners especially if gardens and crops get eaten or destroyed.

An aggressive man arrested for fighting in public had to be subdued by four police officers in the early hours of Sunday morning.

Blaze damages holiday house

Monday October 22, 2018

Police and fire authorities are contending with the aftermath of another blaze following the partial ruin of a beachside holiday home at Vaimaanga, early on Saturday morning.

Blue Light Cook Islands has sparked renewed interest in helping youth in the community upon the programme’s re-launching last week at Raemaru Park in Arorangi.

Warning over ‘hot’ electronics

Sunday October 21, 2018

Police have warned anyone receiving stolen property to be aware of the consequences of being caught, following the theft of a large number of electronic items this week.

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