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The Puaikura Volunteer Police happily accepted a donation of $1,000 last week thanks to the generosity of Baker Tree Services.

After almost 20 years of campaigning by workers, the Cook Islands government is finally applying to become a member of the United Nations’ International Labour Organisation (ILO).

Six assault cases appeared before the High Court and Justice of the Peace Pae Tuteru on Thursday April 23, where he made the following judgments:

Police attended two domestic violence incidents over the weekend.  

Teokotai Taruia, Joseph John Wichman, Kaveao Mathew Kaveao, Michael Brown, Wilfred Dauvois, Temotu Arioka and Iti o te era Matakino all appeared on dishonesty charges brought before the High court and Justice of the Peace Pae Tuteru on Thursday April 23.

Speeding drivers fined

Thursday April 30, 2015

Six traffic related cases were brought before the High Court and Justice of the Peace Pae Tuteru on Thursday April 23, where he made the following judgments:

No show on drink-driving charge

Wednesday April 29, 2015

Six traffic-related cases were brought before the High Court and Justice of the Peace Georgina Williams on Thursday April 16.

Drink drivers ignore warning

Tuesday April 28, 2015

A number of drivers continued to ignore police warnings, public campaigns, court reports and police presence on the roads last weekend.

Assault charge withdrawn

Wednesday April 22, 2015

Four people charged with assault appeared before Justice of the Peace Georgina Williams in the High Court on Thursday April 16.

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