It is important that the claim filed by the late Mary Dean’s family does not drag on, says Judge Judith Potter.

Cook Islands Police Service has handed the files of two of their leading investigations this year to the Crown Law Office for its opinion on the findings.

A man who was charged for careless driving causing injury could be given the benefit of the doubt and have his case dismissed.

The use of meth and other hard drugs is on the increase in the Cook Islands and it is tearing families apart. It is hurting our communities.

Guilty of killing brother

Tuesday May 14, 2019

Pera Junior Tamanu Pera has pleaded guilty to a manslaughter charge relating to the death of his half-brother.

An increase in the number of checkpoints last month has resulted in 78 drivers who are now forbidden from driving, largely due to alcohol consumption says Police media advisor Trevor Pitt.

A mother allowed an older man to sleep with her daughter – in exchange for buying them groceries.

Police says accused criminals are taking advantage of bail laws, asking to be let out of custody so they can work – then committing new offences.

An inmate at the Arorangi Prison is alleging that his life has been threatened by people in high places in the Cook Islands.

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