One visiting rugby player’s dreams of a great experience at the Rugby Sevens in Heaven tournament came crashing down in the early hours of Sunday morning when he smashed a rental vehicle at Blackrock, Nikao.

Driver to pay $2000 in reparations

Saturday November 07, 2015

Three cases were called before Justice of the Peace Carmen Temata in the High Court on Tuesday, November 3.

Fifteen cases were brought before Justice of the Peace Georgina Williams in the High Court on Thursday October 29.

Computer hack claim dismissed

Tuesday November 03, 2015

Speculation surrounds how the Cook Islands Herald obtained a leaked legal opinion which led to a court injunction being issued against the weekly newspaper.

Pitt refuses to be arrested

Tuesday November 03, 2015

The government is taking steps to stop a legal opinion about its financial processes being made public, with police trying to arrest Cook Islands Herald publisher George Pitt yesterday.

Alcohol factor in three accidents

Tuesday November 03, 2015

Police warnings are beginning to sound like a broken record as they again ask the public to stop drinking and driving on Rarotonga’s roads.

In a bid to better understand ways of handling the rising number of domestic violence cases in this country, officers from the Cook Islands Police Service have been taking part in a training programme in Fiji.

Twenty-two cases were brought before Justice of the Peace Bernice Manarangi in the High Court on Thursday, October 22.

Domestic violence fuelled by alcohol continues to a community concern for police.

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