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.

Body in water at Marina

Thursday October 18, 2018

A man’s body has been found in the harbour at the Avatiu marina.

A female driver was taken to hospital by ambulance after crashing head-on into a parked car at Taputapuatea on Sunday night.

Motorbike riders facing two big risks

Saturday October 13, 2018

Motorbike drivers and owners face increasing risks of being involved in accidents or having their bikes stolen, says the Cook Islands Police Service.

Bail for fires suspect

Saturday October 13, 2018

A 17-year-old male has appeared in the Cook Islands High Court facing three counts of arson.

Badly-behaving young people are “carving out future careers in prison”.

Boozed drivers causing carnage

Wednesday October 10, 2018

Alcohol has been the prime cause of motor vehicle crashes on Rarotonga over the past six months with court appearances by drink-driving offenders reflecting most of the charges brought by the Police Prosecution unit, says police spokesman Trevor Pitt.

Truck overturns in Arorangi

Monday October 08, 2018

The police, fire service, and an ambulance were on the scene of a crash last night in Arorangi where an unconscious male driver had to be extracted from an overturned truck.

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