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Police have a quiet Easter

Tuesday April 07, 2015

Police  had a quiet Easter weekend, with no road accidents reported over the four days. 

Underage drivers spark warning

Sunday April 05, 2015

Don’t be an egg over the Easter break.

A total of 11 people charged with assault appeared before the High Court and Justice of the Peace John Kenning on Thursday March 26.

No comment on MP’s case

Thursday April 02, 2015

Police are progressing with the investigation into Mona Ioane, the newly-elected Member of Parliament for Vaipae-Tautu and will make a public statement at the ‘appropriate time’.

A 25 year old woman charged with possession of a Class C drug and a utensil for using drugs was convicted and sentenced to four months imprisonment when she appeared before Justice Sir Hugh Williams in the High Court last Friday.

In what Justice Hugh Williams has described as ‘an act of extraordinary generosity’, the husband and family of a Rarotonga woman killed in a collision have asked police not to prosecute a Canadian visitor involved in the accident.

Police Commissioner Maara Tetava says the decision made by the court in jailing a long-time burglar for five years and nine months is ‘commendable’.

Hefty sentence sends warning

Thursday March 19, 2015

A Rarotonga man who committed 15 burglaries targeting tourists has been sentenced to five years and nine months in jail.

A 44 year old man has been found not guilty of rape following a three day jury trial before Justice Hugh Williams in the High Court this week.

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