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Crime

Bail rejected for burglary suspect

Saturday March 09, 2019

Two men who appeared on a new burglary charge appeared before Justice of Peace Carmen Temata at the Cook Islands High Court on Thursday.

No conflict of interest: Police

Wednesday March 06, 2019

Cook Islands police have confirmed one of their senior officers, who is related to a man accused of wedding scam, will not oversee the investigation into the matter.

The Cook Islands Police prosecutors have been ordered by the Cook Islands High Court to obtain a psychiatric evaluation for Teremoana Saddler.

A furious foreign worker is warning tourists to be very careful about leaving valuables in their rooms on Rarotonga.

Police name deadliest district

Tuesday March 05, 2019

About 80 per cent of road fatalities over the past 10 years have occurred in the district of Te Au O Tonga.

Lawyer withdraws

Monday March 04, 2019

Defence counsel Mona Ioane’s request to withdraw from a court matter was approved by the Cook Islands High Court on Thursday.

Rarotonga-based company Tik-e Tours clarified that they had nothing to do with a wedding in October last year organised by the wedding planning business accused of fraud.

Five new wedding complaints

Thursday February 21, 2019

Five more people have come out in public claiming they have fallen victim to the wedding operations involving the New Zealand-based wedding-planning business operated by Cook Islanders, exposed by this newspaper earlier this week.

Rider hurt crashing into wrecked car

Wednesday February 13, 2019

A man who crashed into a parked wrecked vehicle in Tikioki was seriously injured and taken to the Rarotonga Hospital on Monday night.

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