Crime

Seventeen cases were brought before Justice of the Peace John Whitta and assistant Justice of the Peace Carmen Temata in the High Court last Thursday.

Justice Patrick Savage disagreed with Crown Law on almost all the points the government agency made in applications seeking the release of over $300,000 of land compensation funds held by the ministry on behalf of Manihiki landowners.

Cook Islands at police meeting

Monday August 24, 2015

Cook Islands Police Commissioner Maara Tetava joined other Pacific Island chiefs of pPolice in Niue last week for their 44th annual conference.

Twenty-five people appeared in the High Court before Justice of the Peace Georgina Williams on Thursday August 13.

News for disqualified drivers

Tuesday August 18, 2015

LOCAL lawyer Mark Short says there are a few things disqualified drivers need to know, especially to lessen the possible burden of their disqualification on family members.

Busy day for High Court

Friday August 07, 2015

The Rarotonga High Court was inundated with criminal cases yesterday, with a total of 42 people making appearances.

Break-in ‘an act of evil’

Thursday July 30, 2015

A local accommodation owner is furious following an attempted break in to her guest homes last week, saying it was ‘an act of evil’.

Woman dead after road crash

Friday July 24, 2015

A young woman is understood to have died after a road accident yesterday morning in the Punanga Nui area. 

Crashes big concern for police

Saturday July 25, 2015

The Cook Islands Police Service says it is ‘very concerned’ about the growing number of crashes on Rarotonga’s roads, following three accidents in recent days, one of which took the life of a young woman.

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